Haven Low Tide
Winteringham Haven at Low Tide
Haven at Low Tide

The Haven at Low Tide.  There is no clue from postmarks, or dates on the postcard which give a clue when this post card was taken.  However, as there were railway trucks at the chutes, and the notice mentions Edmund Cordeaux who died in 1917, it is likely this view was taken close to, or during the Great War.  At that time, the only Samuel believed to be living in the village was Samuel Leaberry, who was a farmer whose house was between School House and the Church on West End.

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