Identification Longshot and Talking Point 2064

  Brumas 20:53 25 Jan 2019

Good Evening All

All four of these unposted cards I should think are of the same place. They have a bog standard divided back and all are annotated with the number 2 091.

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  Brumas 20:54 25 Jan 2019

Oops, here is another from the same group.

  Brumas 14:57 27 Jan 2019

I think I shall consign these to the bottom of the pile!

  wee eddie 15:11 27 Jan 2019

I was thinking, somewhere like Lavenham in Suffolk, until I noticed the tall building on the right of the triptych.

Building style does not look like the Cotswolds, but they are dressed stone rather than brick

  Aitchbee 15:56 27 Jan 2019

The building featured in the right-hand of the triptych looks like it may have been an old coaching inn at one time, ie. an inn with high archways for the horses and coaches to go through to the cobbled yard behind. An ostler would have been at the inn to change the horses while the passengers had some refreshment. Some of 'em were known as ‘Posting houses’ where horses to pull private coaches would be hired out and then changed at similar inns at the next large town.

Might be Amersham as a wild guess.

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