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Identification Longshot and Talking Point 994


Brumas
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Good Evening All

This is A GENUINE UNIDENTIFIED POSTCARD unposted and with no clues on the reverse other then a faintly scrawled Scilly Isles? in pencil.

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Aitchbee

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Gravesend?

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sidecar sid

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Old town church Isles of Scilly. Church

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Jock1e

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Could be this old church at St Marys.

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sidecar sid

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Better picture Church

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QuizMan

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I have found similar pictures but the side windows are always wrong.

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Woolwell

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I've looked and looked at that church. Old photos, location, graveyard photos etc and it doesn't match. Churches of Scilly

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Woolwell

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Scottish island kirk?

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Brumas

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Woolwell I also trawled through those pages and came to the same conclusion. I think someone scrawled 'Scilly Isles' on the back as a wild guess.

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QuizMan

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Must be somewhere in Australia. I am sure the man on the left is holding a boomerang :-)

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Aitchbee

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Did they keep/store the corpses in those bricked flat-topped structures dotted around the church, I wonder?

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