14 thoughts on “A Postcard from Autumn Part 2

  1. A.PROMPTreply

    Most interesting find, Tom! I’m wondering (the way that is laid out with the cobblestones there) if that wasn’t a discontinued line that used to be part of the tram system at one point? Just seems very strange how that road is made…..cool, but strange.

  2. If it wasn’t for the American flag, this could easily be a historic street in any of the older cities in England. Reminds me a little of some of Exeter’s city centre back streets, particularly those between the RAMM and the cathedral.

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