The Dog and Pheasant Inn, East Mersea - where the old yields pride of place to the new, as though wishing to retire, after so many centuries of service, from the island's present highway; and where nature, not wanting to lose so old an acquaintance, weaves about it a protective and harmonious curtain of creeper.

Postcard, not mailed, but with King George VI stamp. Drawing by S.J. Heady 47. ...
Cat1 Mersea-->Pubs Cat2 Mersea-->East

The "Dog and Pheasant" Inn, East Mersea - where the old yields pride of place to the new, as though wishing to retire, after so many centuries of service, from the island's present highway; and where nature, not wanting to lose so old an acquaintance, weaves about it a protective and harmonious curtain of creeper.
Postcard, not mailed, but with King George VI stamp. Drawing by S.J. Heady 47.
Date: 1947      


Photo: Mersea Museum - Rosemary Kimmel
Image ID GWD_KIM_031
Category 1 Mersea-->Pubs
Category 2 Mersea-->East

This image is part of the Mersea Island Museum Collection.