The first view is from a Photochrom card (Exclusive Photo Colour Series, #23631) which was posted in 1910. It is interesting to compare this with the next card to realise how much the colour was an interpretation - not done from life!
The next view is from a card posted in 1912, I have cropped the image somewhat to focus on the church. It is numbered 6652, but the publisher is not given.
This church, the first permanent building to be built in Tunbridge Wells, is famed for its plaster ceiling.
There is a page for the Church of King Charles the Martyr on my Church Album.
Scanned antique postcards
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