Posties feel bitter chill

The postmen in Victoria Park
The postmen in Victoria Park
Bishop's Waltham.

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Two postmen pull up the collars of their greatcoats and push their cold hands deep into their pockets as they make their way across Victoria Park, Portsmouth, during the bitter winter of 1929.

Behind them the waters of the fountain hang in long icicles and the pond is frozen solid.