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Hartburn?
You’re just over 10 minutes north of the house.
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Wallridge?
And you’re 7 miles SW.

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Cragside?

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norvic wrote:
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34, my house number....
OK Bill, here's your house. Postally used 1910. Where is it?

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Gallowhill?

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Correct! Well done.

Here's the card, and a modern picture from web searching

Gallowhill Hall, postcard posted 1910, with Belsay postmark.
Gallowhill Hall, postcard posted 1910, with Belsay postmark.

1 Whalton Park, Gallowhill, on the market for £1.37m
1 Whalton Park, Gallowhill, on the market for £1.37m
This substantial, period, country residence manages to mix period charm and modern living with ease and is ideally situated within the magnificent Whalton Park estate, which is located close to Bolam Lake and also the villages of Whalton and Bolam. The property is also placed approximately 7 miles south west of the delightful market town of Morpeth and also 9 miles from Ponteland village, with its shops, cafes and restaurants. Newcastle City Centre is situated approximately 18 miles south east and Newcastle International Airport is 12 miles away.

Gallowhill Hall, which is thought to have been originally constructed in 1888 by Charles Perkins JP for Lord Decies was subsequently sold to Captain Frank Buddle Atkinson, the high sheriff of Northumberland, in 1902 and has since been utilised as a hospital and also as a residential school until the 1990’s. The property was sympathetically restored around the turn of the century by Whitelam Homes and was subsequently purchased by the current owners in 2003. The property itself boasts in excess of 8,000 sq ft and is accessed by electronic security gates that lead to a long, gravelled driveway and circular courtyard with central stone water feature and tree tiered fountain. Internally, the accommodation comprises: Stunning pillared entrance and reception vestibule which leads to a breath-taking reception/dining hall with beautiful polished wood flooring, high ceilings and fabulous decorative ceiling with detailed cornicing | Magnificent drawing room which measures 31ft in length, with dual aspect and period fireplace. French doors lead to the orangery which benefits from delightful views of the gardens and grounds | Kitchen/breakfast room benefits from hand painted wood cabinetry with a mixture of granite and wood work-surfaces, integrated appliances and a four oven AGA | The reception hallway then gives access to a rear hallway which in turn provides a stairway to the basement of the hall and offers an arrangement of storage rooms and wine cellars | The main staircase with its stunning wood work and high ceilings has a stunning galleried landing and beneath an impressive cloakroom/WC with mosaic tiling | The first floor landing leads to a sitting room/library space and gives access to five bedrooms, of which four are generous double and all with re-fitted, en-suite shower rooms, the master suite benefiting from a dressing room and uninterrupted views | Bedroom five is situated in the three storey tower and has its own private reading room at the second floor and at the third floor a spectacular study with 360 degree panoramic views | Triple detached garage with electronically operated doors | The gardens set to the front of the property are laid mainly to lawn and are surrounded by mature trees and planted borders which provide adequate privacy | The western elevation of the house offers an extensive, stone flagged terrace with pergola | To the rear, a delightful south facing garden which is laid mainly to lawn with manicured hedged boundaries and summerhouse.
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Country Life ran a similar article to the one above. I had found it but was a bit worried about my habit of swooping in at the kill when all the legwork had been done!!!

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Oh, I wouldn't mind it. I also found it from a real estate agent's website when I searched through google.

Here's the next one, posted in 1902:
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Uk. England. SOTW. East Sussex. Brighton.
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Ostend, Belgium.

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Nope, not UK or Belgium

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Germany

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Not Germany either

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Russia


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Continental Europe west of Switzerland.
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Royan, France

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Not Russia or France, but it is west of Switzerland.

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España



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Portugal?
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Oh no, not that warm at all. No Spain or Portugal but it is on the European mainland.

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Netherlands
Scheveningen?

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Hahaha, you've been there? Or am I posting too much postcards from Holland? Anyway, congrats!
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Ahoj Sargonnas,

I have been there but don't remember it like that!

Here is a new card posted in 1963.

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Asia
Middle East
Lebanon
Baalbeck
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norvic wrote:
29 Sep 2021 23:57
Asia NO
Middle East too nebulous a concept
Lebanon NO
Baalbeck NO

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Greek islands

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honza wrote:
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norvic wrote:
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Asia NO
Middle East too nebulous a concept
Lebanon NO
Baalbeck NO
Wikipedia wrote:The Middle East is a geopolitical term that commonly refers to the region spanning the Levant, Arabian Peninsula, Anatolia, Egypt, Iran and Iraq. The term came into widespread usage as a replacement of the term Near East beginning in the early 20th century
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Tunisia, Tunis (Carthage)?

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norvic wrote:
30 Sep 2021 00:24
honza wrote:
30 Sep 2021 00:06
norvic wrote:
29 Sep 2021 23:57
Asia NO
Middle East too nebulous a concept
Lebanon NO
Baalbeck NO
Wikipedia wrote:The Middle East is a geopolitical term that commonly refers to the region spanning the Levant, Arabian Peninsula, Anatolia, Egypt, Iran and Iraq. The term came into widespread usage as a replacement of the term Near East beginning in the early 20th century
If it's good enough for them, it's good enough for me. :D But I agree, and the term Near East was still in use in the 1950s.
I also checked with Wikipedia before answering and they also say

'The term "Middle East" has led to some confusion over its changing definitions.'

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Turkey

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Africa
Libya
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Rigs wrote:
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Turkey
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norvic wrote:
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Africa TICK
Libya TICK
so which site?

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Leptis Magna?
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Leptis Magna?
Mirabile dictu! Leptis Magna est.

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Ptolemais ?

Ptolemais was one of the five cities that formed the Pentapolis of Cyrenaic. Its ruins are at a small village in modern Libya called Tolmeita. The city was founded by and named after one of the kings of Ptolemaic Egypt. Ptolemais became a Roman possession in 96 BC. It was soon included in the Roman province of Creta et Cyrenaica.

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Ptolemais ?

Ptolemais was one of the five cities that formed the Pentapolis of Cyrenaic. Its ruins are at a small village in modern Libya called Tolmeita. The city was founded by and named after one of the kings of Ptolemaic Egypt. Ptolemais became a Roman possession in 96 BC. It was soon included in the Roman province of Creta et Cyrenaica.

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honza wrote:
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Leptis Magna?
Mirabile dictu! Leptis Magna est.

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Let's try 58.

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Let's try 58.
Ok, thank you. Here is mystery card 58, postally used in the 1980s I think.

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Europe
Italy
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Europe?
Balkans?

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Apologies for not answering to Rigs for Greek islands and Sargonnas for Tunis. They did not seem to appear immediately.

Similarly I posted the other side of the card and that seems to have disappeared as well, so here it is again:-


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Not Europe - so that rules out a lot of potential areas. Does look a bit Balkan, though.
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US, Oregon?

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Sri Lanka ?
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Georgia, the country

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Not the USA, Sri Lanka, nor Georgia (Sakartvelo)
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South America
Chile
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South America
Chile
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Sorry, not South America X
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