Broad streets, shaded sidewalks, elegant buildings: picture postcards always managed to make the ordinary look extraordinary. Whether it is Richmond, Virginia or Rochdale in Lancashire, townscapes and cityscapes are an ever popular subject for old photographs. For Sepia Saturday 528 - post your posts on or around Saturday 11th July 2020 - get out your old photographs of streets and towns, buildings and buses. Once you've posted your post, add a link to the list below.
Whilst you are waiting for your tram, take a look at what is on offer for the next couple of weeks.
Family memories of towns, traffic and trams.
Oops - made a mistake with my first link - all correct second time round.
Found an excellent photo of the interior of a piano factory for this week's post on "Uncle Albert: A lumberman in love."
Upright, vertical, and all of that! :)
A couple of street scenes mixed in with a family story are my contribution this week...
A very long and quite possibly turgid post. My apologies. I cannot believe how long it takes me to write these blog posts!
Old post cards which reminded me of the innovative years of soft-drinks.
It took a little extra time to polish my story this, but it's still Saturday so I'm not really late. I think it's a pretty good match for a high street view. Musical too.
Oops, first I wrote about next week's prompt, but now I have the right one with a street scene.
A few photos of Downtown Detroit and Phoenix and a bit of local history of my parents' hometown.
Aussies and Americans in Brisbane during WWII
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