Southwold harbour, Suffolk

Looking from the south end of Southwold town along South Beach to the River Blyth breakwater. There are a large number of bathing machines on the beach and some fishing boats are hauled out in the distance. Sam May's bathing machines office hut is in the centre and there are two motor cars in view, as well as some bicycles. Francis Frith & Co negative no. 69114.

Object Details

ID: G3319
Collection: Historic Photographs
Type: Glass photonegative
Display location: Not on display
Creator: Francis Frith & Co
Places: Southwold
Date made: circa 1920
Exhibition: Beside the Seaside
Credit: National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
Measurements: 164 x 215 mm

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