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Page 213 from Ethel Moir Diary, Vol 1

Moir, Ethel, 1916, Document
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Page 213 from Ethel Moir Diary, Vol 1
Page 213 from Ethel Moir Diary, Vol 1
Page 213 from Ethel Moir Diary, Vol 1
Page 213 from Ethel Moir Diary, Vol 1
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Page 213 from Ethel Moir Diary, Vol 1
We reached a place called Boden this morning about 6 o'clock. All down the edge of the Gulf it is nothing but snow, snow snow, & pine woods & little wooden huts. We are now at a place called Langsele & should get to Stockholm to-morrow morning, where we will probably have to stay a couple of days. What a difference there is between these Swedish trains & those of Russia, we have every luxury here, Resteraunt [Restaurant] car etc:, & a refreshing change is realised in the smoothness & speed of running! Well. My next letter will be written from Stockholm - so "so long" - /

12th March 1917. "The Continental Hotel" Stockholm.
We arrived at Stockholm yesterday morning & have spent a very enjoyable days "sight-seeing". The scenery all through to Sweden
was very pretty - a white earth, cloudless blue sky & everywhere dotted about & half buried in snow little red & yellow painted wooden houses. Thick pine woods, white & fearthey [feathery?], added to the beauty of it all. Stockholm is fascinating, a truly wonderful place. It
is picturesquely situated amid a vast maze of beautiful
1916
20.4 x 16.0 cm
Edinburgh and Scottish Collection