Here are three views of Eden Road and Loblolly Cove. The three came to me as a set. No publisher or date is identified, but the markings on the front and rear, not to mention the views, make clear that they all came from the same publisher. Unfortunately, the printing quality was poor to begin with and the pictures have faded over time.
The top one is interesting for its view of Eden Road. There is a man in the foreground, who appears to be working at something. To his left you can make out the twin cottages that still stand there. (See image right.) The first house on the right and the house barely visible just past it also still stand. The first house is 50 Eden Road (see image below) and the next one, at 48 Eden Road, is now the Eden Pines Inn. According to Zillow, the house at 50 Eden Road was built in 1906.
Two of the three postcards describe their locale as “near Reynold’s Rocks” and the Turks Head Inn. I have never heard the name Reynold’s Rocks and have been able to find no reference to the name in any other source or on any map. If any reader can provide more information about Reynold’s Rocks, please post a comment below or send me an email.
The second card looks towards Eden Road from across Loblolly Cove. Here you can see those same twin cottages on the left side of the picture and the 50 Eden Road house at the extreme right.
The final picture looks towards Eden Road from Loblolly Point. Now, the two houses at 48 and 50 Eden Road are just to the left of center and just one of the twin cottages is visible along the left edge of the image.