I have a feeling that prize like this one comes along once in a lifetime: the Tampa, Florida, post office surrounded by alligators. I can’t tell you how happy this makes me. And below, the same post office without the border:
The village of Clovelly, Devon, grew in the cleft of a 400-foot cliff, and to this day, donkeys are used to bring items up the steep hillside. This 1937 postcard shows two postmen and a co-worker, ready to make their rounds.
I love the wing on this one.
I hope you will forgive the absence of a post office in this 1910 postcard, but it does have the postman of Rottingdean.