I enjoy picking out the detail from old photographs, so here are some close-ups from one of the beach scenes from the previous post. The top scene below shows quite a number of beach goers who have found sheltered spots up by the sea wall or fencing. All ages are present from a baby in a pram to an old man. Attire ranges from swimsuits to full coverage including a hat....so perhaps not as warm as it looks! The second image is close enough for the people featured to be recognisable - do you know anyone? Below that is a shot of folks down by the water's edge, with some heading for, or back from, a swim.
Finally, it's worth a look at the golf club house. Just a small starter's hut at the time. There are a few cars in the car park but it seems relatively quiet. The Victoria Private Hotel is visible behind the club house. Perhaps some of the people on the beach were also guests at the hotel.
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