The postcard this week comes from a misty september morning in Newmarket in 2013. I am on my way to look at the horses trained on Warren Hill. To the left in the picture is the wall to the king´s palace and to the right a glimpse of what once was his stables. Further along the street Nell Gwynn’s white cottage is seen. The picture has been published on Weekly Weather in 2013.
We are back in Limhamn, in the residental area above old Limhamn, the area that was built on in the 1940s to the 1960. These row houses are built at the end of the 1940s and the beginning of the 1950s. Limhamn was originally a municipality of its own but incorporated into the town of Malmö in the beginning of the 20th century and the areas between was built on. The picture is taken in July 2016 and never published before.
The postcard this week is from this spring and features two buildings nominated to a architecture festival. The old tower house now housing the World Maritime university got an addition on the backside of the building that doesn´t show on the picture. Behind the tower house Malmö Live is seen. The picture was originally published on Weekly Weather in March this year.
The postcard this week is from the exposition Bo01 that took place in Västra Hamnen in 2001. I showed the playground as it looked in 2012 last week and it is still there but surrounded by a hipster area still being built on.