Plymouth, Devon
Old Postcard, Plymouth, Smeaton Tower View
Plymouth, The Hove
Plymouth, Union Street
Plymouth, Devonport Park
Plymouth Pier
Mount Edgcumbe Ruin, Plymouth
Saltash Bridge
Six postcards from about 1910, probably among the first "comic" cards.
Plymouth, Old Postcard
Plymouth, Devon UK
Plymouth is a city on Devon's south coast in the south-west of England. It is an interesting city
with strong naval connections.  Many of the postcards on this page have been provided by one
of our "viewers", Mike, for whose kindness we are most grateful.
No date for this early 20th Century postcard.   
A couple of very nice early "multiview" postcards, probably from around 1910.
St Andrews Church, Plymouth
Plymouth Hoe
The Hoe from the Citadel.
St Andrews Church and Cross.
Guildhall Square, Plymouth
Plymouth Hoe
Guildhall Square and St Andrew's Church.
Plymouth, Union Street
A 1906 postcard of Union Street.
Saltash  Bridge, Old Postcard
An undated postcard of Brunel's Saltash Bridge.
Devonport Dockyard
The gates to Devonport Dockyard.
Devonport Park
Devonport Park.
Armada Memorial, Plymouth
Plymouth, St Andrews Cross
The Slopes of Plymouth Hoe
"The Slopes of Plymouth Hoe" - a 1913 postcard.
Jollyboats, West Hoe Pier, Plymouth
No date for this one.
Theatre Royal, Plymouth
The Theatre Royal, Plymouth.  
Plymouth, Barbican
A lovely old postcard of the Barbican.  
Plymouth Pier
No date for this postcard of Plymouth Pier.
St Andrew's Cross and the church.
Did You Know.... that Robert Falcon Scott, the polar explorer, was born in Plymouth in 1868
Did You Know.... that Beryl Cook, the English
painter, was born in Plymouth in 1937 ?
And Did You Know.... that Sir Donald Sinden,
actor, was also born in Plymouth, in 1923 ?

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Plymouth Guildhall
"Plymouth Guildhall and Municipal Offices are a credit to the town.
The Guildhall is a notable building, and contains several fine stained
glass windows, portraying events in the history of Plymouth. One of
these shows the King, as Prince of Wales, in a frock coat and top hat,
and is probably unique in this respect."
The Guildhall and Municipal Office survived the first night of the Blitz
in 1941 but were gutted by fire during the night of March 20th/21st.  
They were rebuilt in 1951.
Plymouth Hoe
"Plymouth Hoe is one of the grandest promenades in the kingdom,
perhaps in the whole world. There are few that excel it for situation.
From its height, 120 feet above the sea, a wide panorama of views
extends in all directions."
Plymouth, Cattewater and Citadel
"The Cattewater is the ancient roadstead of Plymouth, and forms the
estuary of the River Plym.  It is overlooked by the Citadel and the
Marine Biological Laboratory and Aquarium. The latter is open to the
public daily. A fine marine drive is one of the chief attractions of this
part of Plymouth."
Plymouth Hoe Pier
"Plymouth Promenade Pier is noted not only for its pleasant situation,
but also for the high-class entertainments given in its pavilion.
Adjacent to the pier is Drake's Island, now used as a fort for the
defence of the harbour and town."
Tamar Bridge, Saltash
Another postcard of the Saltash Bridge.  
Plymouth Pier
The Pier and Drake's Island.  
Plymouth, Theatre Royal
"The Theatre Royal is owned by the Municipal Authority of Plymouth.
Besides the Theatre the building contains an excellent Hotel. Derry's
Clock is the gift of a former Mayor of Plymouth, and is generally
regarded as a landmark of the town."
Plymouth Hoe 1925
A 1925 postcard of Plymouth Hoe.
Plymouth, Barbican
The Barbican.
Plymouth, Bedford Street
Bedford Street.   This street was destroyed in World War II.     
The Plymouth Blitz.
In March and April 1941, the
town was heavily bombed by
German bombers and
considerable damage was
caused. Many of the buildings -
and even some of the streets -
shown on our postcards were
destroyed. To read about these
events, follow
this link.
The Spanish Armada Memorial on the Hoe.
Plymouth Hoe
Two more views of the Hoe.
Plymouth, Mayflower Stone
The Mayflower Stone on the Barbican.
Royal Parade
Royal Parade and shops built after World War 2.
Plymouth, Union Street
Union Street.  
Vintage Postcard, Plymouth
Did You Know.... that
Michael Foot
, former
British Prime Minister
and Leader of the Labour
Party who died in March
2010 was born in
Plymouth in 1913 ?  He
was a lifetime supporter
Plymouth Argyle
Football Club.
Plymouth, Devon
A View of Plymouth - this postcard was mailed in 1915.  
Old Town Street, Plymouth
Plymouth, George Street
Plymouth, Devon
George Street and Derry's Clock.
Old Town Street.
Duke of Cornwall Hotel, on Milbay Road..
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