Victorian Drowners

In the hot summer of 1884, a small party of Victorians tragically lost their lives while enjoying afternoon tea on The Street. A freak surge in the tides pulled them under to their watery graves.

Listen carefully on the beach because sometimes in late summer when the moon is full, and the breeze is blowing in from the sea, its possible that in the sound of the waves you may hear the gentle tink-tink of china tea cups and polite conversation.

A3 print, £20

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