vintage postcard - Southampton floating bridge
The Floating Bridge was opened in 1836 and connected Southampton to Woolston. At that time Woolston was a separate village on the east bank of the River Itchen, it did not become part of Southampton until 1920.
Originally owned by a private company, the Floating Bridge was purchased by Southampton Corporation in 1934. This service continued until 1977 when the Itchen Bridge was opened.
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The Only Girl I Ever Love
Postmarked 4th April 1908
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