Going to Blackpool
Going To Blackpool
Come Children”, said Mother, “The Cabs are here and Father is beginning to load up the luggage”. We could hear a great commotion with Father being very cross. “Jane, why do you have to take all this luggage whenever we go away?” Mother just replied, “Yes Frederick” and smiled. Then Father caught sight of Grandma and the Aunt’s luggage and Mr. Taylor (the Bank Manager) came with Miss Carter’s huge trunk and we could tell by the way Father stamped about that he was in a very bad temper. However, Mr. Taylor soon had everything sorted out, and in no time we were off to the station – and Blackpool and the year was 1908.
Finished mounted size 22” x 28”
Finished framed size 27” x 33”
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