A blog about things that I'm interested in and I'm interested in a lot of things (But the postcards took over).
What a marvellous street scene, a more human scene than today perhaps...
Wow! Is that ever neat! I never would have thought they could keep it cold enough. But I guess some technology is older than we think. I love the card.
I often wondered how they kept things cold in the olden days.
Imagine a hot day and wearing those clothes - you'd need a sorbet. I wonder if the van also played a music box like modern ice cream vans to announce its arrival?
Caroline: Complete with litter I notice! No rushing around, especially in the heat.Isobel and A Lady's Life: Ice was sold in huge blocks and big houses in the UK had Ice houses, places underground where ice could be kept for reasonably long periods.some history;http://mentalfloss.com/article/22407/surprisingly-cool-history-ice
Doris: Having to wear such clothes on hot days is the reason why I'm not going time-travelling!
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