... and in the air and on the water.
|On the road in South America|
I've also included some I've sent myself from significant or interesting locations or just bought for fun. All my postcards are uploaded to my Flickr.
You'll see I also enjoy fancy stamps too. Want to trade? Read on.
|Still in reasonable condition, more than 100 years later|
|RPD Gneisenau (dated May 14, 1909)|
it seems the sender sailed aboard this vessel and the card is
postmarked Southampton, four days later.
Gneisenau was a Nord-deutscher Lloyd Imperial Mail steamer
sailing between Australia and Bremen 1907
|'London's new motor cab'|
This looks like a Renault of about 1907 vintage
|London - Omnibus|
Apparently Hackney Downs Station, Dalston Lane, Hackney, London. 1905
|London - Regent St|
|Japanese Admiral Togo|
(A series of cards celebrating the Japanese victory over Russia in the 1904-5 war)
|The musical 'All Blacks' - from Maori Land|
The Black Family Musicians came out of Invercargill and in those early days of 1897 the group consisted of Mr and Mrs Black, three daughters (Misses Nellie, Elsie, and Doris) and a son (Master Bertie). Source: partofpastnzhistory.blogspot.com.au
|These are the ones I had to leave behind :(|
|click to see more cards|
|These Type 1 cars were manufactured by Bombardier and began|
operating on the Portland MAX system in 1986