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Identification Longshot and Talking Point 915


Brumas

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Good Evening All.

This is A GENUINE UNIDENTIFIED POSTCARD unposted and with a plain back offering no clues.

Obviously finding the exact location will be impossible but can we say what exactly is going on?

click here

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Nontek

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Hmm, might have been in connection with the old very early railway line that ran along the coast, I think between Norwich-Ipswich or near the Eastern Coast of UK. The trains were very special in that they were on a sort-of stilts system, to run across the water at high tide!

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Nontek

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Couldn't resist - orf to bed now ...

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Lazarus The 2nd

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Pile Driver, Click here

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rdave13

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Ye old sea defence, I would imagine, SE England.

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Nontek

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I believe the old pile-drivers were used in the construction of the railway I mentioned above, where the tracks were under water at high tide.

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john bunyan

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Another coastal railway, maybe an alternative?

Brighton railway

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