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Ightham Mote
Ightham Mote
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Ightham Mote is a National Trust property near Sevenoaks in Kent. It is a moated manor house that originally dates from the 14th Century. Over the centuries the house has been...
Lewes Land Army Girls
Land Army Girls at Lewes Town Hall
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This then and now image shows Land Army Girls at Lewes Town Hall in 1919. The Women's Land Army had recently disbanded and these women were awarded a presentation medal and parade for their efforts.
Hastings Seafront
Hastings Seafront
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This week's photo is of Hastings Seafront. This was taken on the same day as my recent Black and White post. The haze present...
Hastings Fishing Beach – 17-3-15_0828
Fishing Boats
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Here are some photographs of the Hastings fishing boats. I spent a pleasant hour wandering along the fishing beach trying to find some interesting photos...
Black and White Hastings Beach
Black and White
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Here are two photos, one of Hastings Beach and the other of Hastings Old Town, both processed in black and white. The hazy weather had made the colour versions of these images look a bit flat...
Alexandra Park
Sunday Music in Alexandra Park
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This then and now image shows the crowds gathered in Alexandra Park to listen to the Municipal Band in May 1915. The Hastings and St Leonards Pictorial Advertiser, from which all of the original images used in this series come from...
Old Scotney Castle
Old Scotney Castle
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I’ve blogged about Scotney Castle before, but the place is very photogenic that I think it is worth doing again. The day we visited was nice and calm...
St Peters Church
Double Wedding at St Peters Church
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This now and then image shows a joint wedding that took at St Peter’s Church, St Leonards on Monday 3rd May 1915...

Ightham Mote

April 17, 2015

Ightham Mote is a National Trust property near Sevenoaks in Kent. It is a moated manor house that originally dates from the 14th Century. Over the centuries the house has been…

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Land Army Girls at Lewes Town Hall

April 10, 2015

This then and now image shows Land Army Girls at Lewes Town Hall in 1919. The Women’s Land Army had recently disbanded and these women were awarded a presentation medal and parade for their efforts.

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Hastings Seafront

April 3, 2015

This week’s photo is of Hastings Seafront. This was taken on the same day as my recent Black and White post. The haze present…

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Fishing Boats

March 27, 2015

Here are some photographs of the Hastings fishing boats. I spent a pleasant hour wandering along the fishing beach trying to find some interesting photos…

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Black and White

March 20, 2015

Here are two photos, one of Hastings Beach and the other of Hastings Old Town, both processed in black and white. The hazy weather had made the colour versions of these images look a bit flat…

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Sunday Music in Alexandra Park

March 15, 2015

This then and now image shows the crowds gathered in Alexandra Park to listen to the Municipal Band in May 1915. The Hastings and St Leonards Pictorial Advertiser, from which all of the original images used in this series come from…

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Old Scotney Castle

February 27, 2015

I’ve blogged about Scotney Castle before, but the place is very photogenic that I think it is worth doing again. The day we visited was nice and calm…

Read the full article →

Double Wedding at St Peters Church

February 20, 2015

This now and then image shows a joint wedding that took at St Peter’s Church, St Leonards on Monday 3rd May 1915…

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Havelock Road Race

February 13, 2015

Runners line up to take part in a military team road race in Havelock Road, Hastings in February 1915. There were eight teams and 79 runners taking part in the 9.5 mile race…

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RAF Cadets at Wellington Square

February 6, 2015

This 1919 image shows RAF cadets outside of their boarding house at 20 Wellington Square, Hastings. They were in Hastings for part of their training programme. The source of the original photograph…

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