Falls of Clyde, Corra Linn
In the early years of the 20th century, the message on a postcard was written on the front of the card, with the reverse reserved solely for the recipient address details. This card was posted on 1 April, 1903.
Tucks, the publisher of the card, used a picture taken by the famous Aberdonian photographer, Washington Wilson. The card itself was printed in Saxony. Many postcards were printed there until World War 1.
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