The Lygon Arms, Broadway, Worcestershire. On the back of this postcard it says “Remembering visits from King Charles I and Cromwell, the Lygon Arms stands by one of the great wide streets of the village. Its 1620 doorway guards an interior which is like a museum of antiquities.”
This postcard captures a moment in time on the other side of the doorway, on the ever-changing side, on a day when a Citroen DS, Jaguar Mk II, Renault Dauphine and a couple of Ford Zephyrs parked up. It will never happen again. (Actually I am a little uncertain as to whether they really are Zephyrs and the actual postcard is no clearer than the scan. I wonder what Robert van der Klugt thinks?)
And this postcard is from an earlier time and I am afraid I can’t identify anything from this period.