Christmas Greetings

Fourth in a short series of turn-of-the-20th-Century Greenwich Christmas postcards from the Phantom Collection.

I’ve chosen this one as my Actual The Day card because it amuses me that it’s just a bog-standard postcard that’s had a greeting hurriedly plonked on it, presumably by some local printer to meet the Christmas rush. I know the feeling…

I’ll not be around much (if at all) for the next week or so, so for now, have a happy one, folks…

the attachments to this post:

low Christmas greetings greenwich park
low Christmas greetings greenwich park

7 Comments to “Christmas Greetings”

  1. Robert Number16 says:

    Happy Christmas Dear Phantom,from deepest Cornwall.

  2. Harriet says:

    Happy Christmas Dear Phantom – bringer together of unknown relations – from a wet and windy Wales.

  3. WestCliffGB says:

    Happy Christmas Phantom. Thank you for keeping us informed, educated and entertained for another year. Enjoy your well deserved break!

  4. Nathan says:

    Happy Christmas Phantom! Having moved to Greenwich a month ago, your blog has long been a very interest read and I am finally enjoying exploring some of the sites you have talked about!

  5. Benedict says:

    Merry Christmas, from an unseasonally balmy Canada!

  6. Steve says:

    Had an interesting(!) Xmas, sadly away from SE10, but with family which can only be right. Happy X and NY, TGP and all! S

  7. Nick says:

    That is similar to the view that I had as a child, more than 50 years ago, but mine had more dockyard cranes. When I visit Greenwich now, I still get a surprise at the view of Canary Wharf, no matter how many times I look.
    Seasons Greetings to The Phantom and all his followers !