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The Green Man
Aerial view of The Green Man. St Margaret's Bay. pre WWII
This is an aerial view of The Green Man taken sometime before WW2 when it was severely damaged during wartime training excercises.
History of The Green Man Inn, St Margaret's Bay
A typed short history of The Green Man Inn, in St Margaret's Bay. from 1740
List of Licensees of The Green Man Inn. 1840 -1956
A list of licensees of The Green Man Inn, St Margaret's Bay 1840 - 1956. Taylor, Drew, Cramp, Berry, Wellard, Davies, Colson, Hawkins The inn was badly damaged during army training exercises during the last war and ...
Rebuilding The Green Man after WW2. March 1954
A photocopy of a press cutting from the Dover Express dated March 1954 concerning the re-building of The Green Man after the devastation caused by army training excercises during WW 2.
Rebuilding The Green Man. 21st January 1954
Press cuttings from The Evening News 21st January 1954 concerning the re-building of The Green Man after it was damaged during army training excercises in WW 2.
Souvenier postcards of The Green Man in the Bay and its gardens
A booklet of 6 postcards with pictures of the Green Man in the Bay and its gardens.The Coastguard Pub is now on this site, rebuilt in the 1950's after war damage caused by British troops ...
St Margaret's Bay showing the Green Man and the Hermitage
Black and white photograph (8" x 6") of the south-western end of the Bay taken from the top of the Leas showing bottom of Bay Hill and adjacent buildings including the Green Man public house ...
St Margaret's fire engine and crew. 1910 & 1911
Photocopies of two photographs dated 1910/1911 of St Margaret's at Cliffe Parish Council fire engine and fire crew. The photographs show George Berry (Captain) and the licensee of The Green Man Inn, with the crew.
The Green Man and the landlord Bunny Austin. 1955-60
Two identical copies of the re-built The Green Man (one has been reduced from a larger size) and a press cutting picture showing the jovial landlord 'Bunny' Austiin with his wife.
The Green Man at bottom of Bay Hill with horse and cart. c.1910
An unused black and white postcard of the original Green Man at the foot of Bay Hill. Number 6778 in the 'Wyndham' series and published by J B Madge of St Margaret's at Cliffe.
The Green Man at bottom of Bay Hill with pony and cart. c1900
A delightful photograph of The Green Man Inn and looking up Bay Hill with a pony and cart in the foreground. c1900.
The Green Man at the bottom of Bay Hill with horse and cart. c1900
Photocopy of part of a black and white photograph (probably magnified) showing the bottom end of Bay Hill as it comes onto the western end of St Margaret's Bay. Poor quality but a pony and trap ...
The Green Man at the bottom of Bay Hill, St Margaret's Bay. 1930s
A photograph showing The Green Man pre WW 2 and a sketch of a small rowing boat cut in two and upended to act as shelters with the thwarts re-sited to act as seats. The ...
The Green Man from the garden, St Margaret's Bay. c1900
A sepia postcard showing a group relaxing in the garden of the Green Man circa 1900. Unused, it was published as number S.H. 2018 by J B Madge, Post Office, St Margaret's at Cliffe. Now The ...
The Green Man from the garden. c1910
A photocopy of a postcard of The Green Man Inn c1910 and its mature garden. From the Wyndham Series No 6777
The Green Man from the garden. early 1920's
A postcard showing a view across the bowling green towards the front of The Green Man Inn. Early 1920's
The Green Man from the garden. early 1920s
This is a tinted photocopy of a frontal view of The Green Man Inn taken from the gardens in the early 1920's. It is addressed to T.T.Savage Esq. of Portal House in St Margaret's.
The Green Man re-named The Coastguard. 1971
Two press cuttings and an advertisement to do with The Green Man and its re-naming to The Coastguard.
The Green Man St Margaret's Bay from ruin to re-build. post WW2
A number of images of the Green Man P.H, (now the Coastguard Pub) following the end of WW2, from the Gordon Denoon album. The first image taken in 1945 shows the pub in ruins, war damaged after ...
The Green Man St Margaret's Bay, from the garden. dated 15 May 1917
This is a tinted photocopy of a postcard showing The Green Man. The obverse of the card shows that it was sent to Mrs Scott of Streatham and dated 15th May 1917.
The Green Man St Margaret's Bay, kitchen garden. early 1920's
A postcard showing the well stocked kitchen garden of The Green Man Inn. Early 1920's.
The Green Man St Margaret's Bay, terrace and garden. 1920's
A postcard entitled 'The Ancient Rest, 'The Green Man' St Margaret's Bay, and shows a view along the front of the Inn. Early 1920's
The Green Man St Margaret's Bay. c1954
A sepia, full front view of the newly built Green Man is the subject of this second unused postcard by Valentine and Sons Ltd of Dundee and London.
The Green Man St Margaret's Bay. pre and post WW2
Three photographs of The Green Man taken before and after WW 2. The one before is taken outside the boundary and shows a very pleasant situation with a neatly trimmed hedge and flagpole with the bottom ...
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