An early view of Pricetown Church. A Peacock 'STYLOCHROM' card from the Pictorial Stationery Co. Ltd, London. Sent 3/12/1907 to a Miss M. Worth, Governors House, H. M. Prison, Exeter. The message reads "Dear Polly. Just a line to tell you that you must not come home for we have had a storm of snow. The roads are blocked. We are all well, from Alice.
An early Valentines Series card of Princetown Church. Postally used, sent 31/08/1905 from Plympton to Mrs. E. L. Goodall, 4 Park View, Okehampton, Devon. It reads "To Princetown, the weather being ideal I enjoyed what surely is the finest trip in my life - you know what a fascination Dartmoor has for me."
A Chapman sard, S/N 10917 showing the alterations made to the church quite clearly. A new porch has been added to the West end entrance of the building, and an extra window added with the West end door moved to a new position..
A Valentines card, postally used in 1916.
A Chapman card S/N 10916 of the interior of Princetown Church. It shows the stained glass window installed in 1910.
An extremely unusual W. R. Gay's Series card of Princetown Church in Portrait format.
A W. H. Smith series card of Princetown Church.
Possibly the most gloomy card imaginable I think. A charming view of the Prisoners section of the graveyard. An unsurprisingly unused Smiths Kingsway series card.