Scenic Postcard – Marsden Rock (Avast Behind)


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From Local Artist Neill C. Woods this is one of a range of postcards reminiscent of the postcards by Donald McGill whose seaside scenes and scantily clad ladies were all the rage from the 1930’s to the 1980’s.

Marsden Rock is a rock formation in Marsden (South Shields).

The arch, depicted here, collapsed in 1996 splitting it into 2 separate stacks. In 1997 the smaller stack was demolished.

Size: 14.75cm x 10.5cm

Additional information

Weight 20 g