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Harbour Wynd Gallery

Harbour Wynd Lane

As the sun starts to fade, and tea time nears, activity on Harbour Wynd Lane livens up.

Harbour Wynd Lane

Bruno Brothers is the quality butcher in Smallsea. James Flammer, master cabinetmaker, occupies the space above the butcher shop.

Harbour Wynd Lane

The Townsend’s parlour is a set for their tea when they come upstairs

Harbour Wynd Lane

Maureen, the Townsend’s daughter, prepares a delicious soup for their supper and has laid out a nice tea for the family in the parlour.

Harbour Wynd Lane

Mrs. Townsend, just next door, is in charge of the neighborhood Post Office and is also the news agent. She carries a good selection of cigars and pipe tobacco for the gents.

Harbour Wynd Lane

Balls of string to bathtubs, boot polish to butter churns, Mr. Townsend stocks whatever you need at the Ironmonger.

Harbour Wynd Lane

Smallsea Ironmonger holds the central position on Harbour Wynd Lane.

Harbour Wynd Lane

“Oh, I think I’ve spied me a rat!” exclaims Sidney, the rat catcher as he makes his way through 3 Penny Alley.

Harbour Wynd Lane

Thomas and Rodney discuss news with Mary who is just on her way home.

Harbour Wynd Lane

At tea time, the neighbors gather both inside and outside the very inviting Olde Tea Shoppe on Harbour Wynd Lane.

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