This is the last one of any consequence and now we have finally reached the bottom of the pile of unidentifiable postcards. There are quite a few showing just stretches of water or fields/mountains or groups of people in and around buildings but none of them have any other identifiable factors in them – when you have seen one vista of water or field you have seen them all ;o( So, from next week I shall, if we all agree, introduce the system I mooted earlier on whereby I will obscure the details on some interesting postcards and submit those. I, therefore shall not take part but will merely oversee the process and giving the ‘area of location’ clue if and when required. As my wife is constantly adding postcards to her ever expanding collection, there will naturally come a time when a true unidentifiable one turns up – when this occurs I will naturally take part myself to exercise the old grey cells myself :o)
Sorry Brumas, I retired early last night, my hernia was giving me a lot of gyp.
This one looks to be the coronation of King George V. There seems to be a picture of him on the pub balcony. The poster underneath the balcony has what appears to be the name Dewdney on it. One of the flags in the balcony area also seems to have stripes on it. Maybe the USA Flag? or could it be the Greek flag?
Maybe the two church steeples will put someone on the right track.