Bottom of Newland Street, looking up. Left hand side of road, left to right, Constitutional Club (with clock, and shop of ‘COKER & RICE’), 88 Newland Street (‘BEARD’, with hardware outside), 86 Newland Street, 84 Newland Street (single storey, Post Office). Facing down street behind horse and trap, 64 Newland Street. Right hand side of road, left to right, 83 Newland Street (white, three storeys), 85 Newland Street (bay windows), 87 Newland Street (arched windows), 89 Newland Street, 91 Newland Street, 93 Newland Street, 95 Newland Street (shop of ‘CALDWELL & POWELL’). Sign extreme right at entrance to yard at 97 Newland Street, probably for Leonard Cullen, motor engineers. Clock is still on Constitutional Club on left, so not after 1910 when it was burnt down, in spite of George V stamp). Postmark not legible. Addressed to Mr Smart, Thorn Layes, London Lane, Bromley, Kent. No message.
|Publisher||B C Afford, Stationer &c, Witham|
|Date taken||1902 to 1910|