The Old City with the Victory centre left and Cornerways on the right at the bottom of the Lane. Cornerways was later reduced in height. Carriage at the bottom of the lane. The boat on the left is BEATRICE.

The signwriting on the front of the Victory is Colchester Brewing Company, Fine ales and stout, wines and spirits. W. Trim proprietor.

Owen Fletcher names the men in foregraound as...
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The Old City with the Victory centre left and Cornerways on the right at the bottom of the Lane. Cornerways was later reduced in height. Carriage at the bottom of the lane. The boat on the left is BEATRICE.
The signwriting on the front of the Victory is Colchester Brewing Company, Fine ales and stout, wines and spirits. W. Trim proprietor.
Owen Fletcher names the men in foregraound as B. French and Mr Mole. He says: "The parked carriage brought a party from Colchester for an Oyster Tea at the Victory.
"Lorna Mills' grandfather James french was born in Cornerways.
CBR_001 was taken at the same time.
A Cleghorn photograph. Another copy of this postcard was mailed 25 July 1906.
Date: Before July 1906      


Photo: Mersea Museum - Hardy Weaver Collection
Image ID MMC_P755_013
Category 1 Mersea-->Old City & the Hard
Category 2 [Display on front screen]
Category 3 Mersea-->Pubs

This image is part of the Mersea Island Museum Collection.