National Geographic : 1935 Jan
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE IN RYDE EVEN THE LAMPPOSTS WEAR GARLANDS OF FLOWERS The pier, providing a path for pedestrians, a tramway, and a railroad, is nearly half a mile long. Its dome-shaped pavilion, in which concerts are given nightly during the holiday season, will seat a thousand persons. The vicinity of Portsmouth, on the English mainland, is visible in the distance. ) National Geographic Society Finlay Photographs by W. Robert Moore A VARIETY OF CLAY PRODUCTS COMES FROM AN ISLE OF WIGHT KILN Garden vases, fountains, queer statues, and busts, as wel as tiles and bricks, are made at this factory, situated in one of the valuable clay beds of the island.