Saturday, 5 March 2011

Fulmer, Buckinghamshire, c1912 - Sepia Saturday

Fulmer, Buckinghamshire, circa 1912. Fulmer is a village in South Buckinghamshire, close to Gerrards Cross. The buildings on the right have changed somewhat since the photograph was taken, but if you look carefully you can see some similarities - the little window at the pavement level and the gateway. I imagine that it's been a few years since anyone's driven their cattle along the Fulmer Road. Postcard by W. H. Applebee. Click to enlarge. Please visit Sepia Saturday for more old photos.



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7 comments:

  1. It's quite lovely today...even without the cows.

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  2. Wow, very nice photo...they just seem so happy and content walking down the roadway! Looks like a lovely spot to be!

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  3. I wonder what it is in the hedge at the left that the cows are sampling.

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  4. Makes me think of when the cows go parading through the small villages in Switzerland. Especially when they're decked out in their flower finery.

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  5. Nothing like a picture to capture the past.

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  6. Oh well done. Not only to follow the theme but to manage to get a "then and now" opportunity from it. In the comparison, it is the differences which are almost as fascinating as the similarities.

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