Boulogne-Sur-Mer as seen from the Railway Station

Production date
Jun 1916
Current rights
Public Domain
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About this object
Boulogne-sur-mer, as seen from the Railway Station. A bridge is in the foreground with houses and businesses behind. The photograph is glued to a page in Leo Bestall's diary and album. He has written at the bottom of the postcard: The Blightly Bridge so called because one must cross it to reach the leave boats.

Leo documented his visit to Boulogne on 27 June 1916 and identified the fish market which is the building on the far left.
Photographer, unknown.
Production date
Jun 1916
Production technique
Media/Materials description
Black & white photograph. Postcard.
Height x Width: 86 x 135mm
Subject date
Jun 1916
Collection of Hawke's Bay Museums Trust, Ruawharo Tā-ū-rangi, 19226
Other number(s)
19226, 91731


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