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The Isle of Man in the 1920s

I’ve just come across a collection of interesting photos of the Isle of Man from the 1920s. It was a different age and the photos show how popular the Island was as a tourist resort. It’s amazing to see how many people were milling about the prom for example.

Have a look through them and compare them to the view you’ll see around you today:

The photos I came across were labelled the Pamela Jones collection, and are being used with the assumption that this use falls within the purposes for which they were placed online. Please feel free to contact us if this is not the case.

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