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Harbour Wynd

Harbour Wynd Gallery

Harbour Wynd Lane

Mr. Holloran is suffering from a bad cold. He takes his tonic and soaks his weary feet. Minnie, the cat, peeps out from her favourite hiding place.

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Mr. and Mrs. Holloran live above their tea shop. Here Mrs. Holloran takes a well deserved nap after a long day baking. She warms her toes at the stove.

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“Please get some fresh scones for her ladyship”.

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Granny Tinione and her granddaughter Olivia enjoy a most delicious tea.

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Mrs. Frederick is getting ready to make yet another fish pie but first she needs to tend to her husband’s very muddy boots.

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Young Ted stocks the ice box with some just caught fish. Variety is great here: mullet to mussels, plaice to octopus. Even the shop’s cat has the best to eat!

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Frederick & Sons Fishmongers have the freshest fish and seafood in Smallsea. It is located just on the Smallsea River’s left bank.

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The Flying Inn is Harbour Wynd’s pub and gathering place for sailors, fishermen and brewery workers. Fights are common and a delight to onlookers.

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James Flammer is working on a chair. It is part of a whole room of furniture for a client’s parlour.

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Mrs. Tinley orders a nice plump hen from Anthony Bruno. The selection at Bruno Brothers is extensive.

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