These two cards were published by T L Fuller of Amesbury are are both of locations in Salisbury Plain during World War I.
I purchased these cards primarily because the photographs were taken by T L Fuller who shares ancestry with my great grandmother, Elizabeth Fuller.
However the subject matter on both is also interesting, and I have included some close ups of some of the smaller images.
This second card shows a cart containing soldiers making its way along a flooded road. It is numbered 41 and has 'Wallace' hand written on the back - perhaps the name of one of the cart's occupants?
Scanned antique postcards
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