The unofficial Ludlow postcard

I’ve written before about my near obsession with old postcards. I’ve finally found a sensible use for (one of) them. Cue the first proper bit of Black Bough publicity material – the unofficial tourist postcard. Not sure the tourist board would want images of 1970s Ludlow to become the mainstay of their attempts to draw visitors to the town, but I wish they did. Apparently the original image of the postcard must date from post August 1972; number plate dating will be as widespread a technique for future historians as carbon dating and counting tree rings are now . . . maybe.

Put together with the help of the ever patient Mr Sean Alexander,

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