I have once again dipped into my still unsorted batch of 200 recent postcard aquisitions and found another which seemed a good choice for Sepia Saturday. It's yet another place I've never been to but looks great from these old postcards. It's the Newgate Gap, in Cliftonville, near Margate, Kent.
Newgate Gap, Cliftonville, c.1938
Newagte Gap, Cliftonville
The second of these postacrds is unused so I cannot tell the date but would assume it's earlier than the first, probably dating back to the 1900's. I was intrigued to see whether it still exists today, and it appears that it does, although the recent photographs I found on the internet don't make it look anywhere near as exciting as it must have looked 100 years ago.
As usual 100's more vintage postcards on my web site