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H. Goatham and Son baker's cart outside (delivering to?) the Lord Byron public house in Margate

My grandfather, Charles Robert Goatham, seems to be the delivery man. 'Byron' can just be made on on the lamps above the door of the pub, and looking at the Lord Byron public house today (2012) it is recognisably the same building.
It's also just possible (in the right light) to make out the message "Wholemeal Farmhouse Bread" on the top of the delivery cart - something that surprises me because I thought the fashion for this was recent, and that at the time of this photo it would have been refined, white bread that one wished to draw attention to. "Turog bread" seems to have been a bread similar to Hovis, made with a special brown Turog flour. I'd never heard of it - googling produces references to it being around in the 1950s, especially in the north. Being born in the 1960s, born and growing up in the south may explain my ignornance about this.

Owner of originalTeresa Goatham
Datescanned 14 Jan 2008
File namebakers-cart-pub.jpg
File Size411.83k
Dimensions1590 x 1014
Linked toCharles Robert ("Charlie") GOATHAM (Occupation)

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