Another archive photo from Tony, who writes:
"This is a picture of Neptune Square, Margate in the 1930's which once stood where the left hand lane of the Fort Hill dual carriage way is today. In the top right of the photo is the seamans mission. All this was demolished under a so called "slum clearance" in the 1930's so the new Fort Hill could become a dual carriage way. The demolition displaced the Margate maritime community who lived there."
Ed: Just imagine. What a pretty sight it would be today. It's tragic how much of Margate's past was knocked down to pave the way for some rather ugly development.