Dated 10 February 1906 (9:45 pm) with a message saying, "Dear M, If anything like fine I will be down tomorrow morning. Yours B."
Imagine that, being able to send a postcard in the evening announcing your arrival the next morning. Now you would have to post the card during the afternoon, pay extra, and hope it arrived before you. And it probably wouldn't.
This is what Ye Old Chequers in the the High Street, Tonbridge looks like now.
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The building to the left seems to have been demolished and the one on the right had been done up to match, but otherwise, it's remarkably similar.
Tonbridge used to be spelled Tunbridge but the Post Office decided it should be changed to Tonbridge to avoid confusion with the nearby (Royal) Tunbridge Wells. Tonbridge, though, is a great deal older than Tunbridge Wells.