Isle of Wight

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Old postcards are sometimes poorly produced and grainy, I've done my best to scan them.

Dates are from the card or my estimate (where possible). The maker of the card is shown in brackets (where available).

All pictures on this page are from my own collection, but are not my copyright. If you wish to repost or reuse them would you please out of courtesy let me know.

The outside of the station in about 1890.

An undated picture of the inside of the the station.


View from School Green looking towards the station dated 1909. (Welch)

School Green, 1905. (Tuck)

Moa Place about 1903. The building on the left were built in 1896 (Moa Place is named after the cottages formerly on the Site,

its origins apparently relate to a New Zealand bird!)

Clovelly Guest House, behind Freshwater Social Club in 1953. This has now been redeveloped. (Merwood)

Longhalves Walk, a footpath which runs from the vine towards Hooke Hill, about 1910. (Ideal)

Pound Green, South of the Village around 1906

Sheepwash Farm, Summers Lane, Middleton,Freshwater, 1909.


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13 April 2020