Here's one to make you weep - a postcard of Margate and District General Hospital from the early 1930s, freshly built, without a single annex or 'temporary' extension to be seen. And no car parking issues. No car park either! Presumably the only vehicles were the occasional ambulance, and a few consultants' rolls-royces parked at the front door. The second picture is how it looks today. Much better for patients and the community, a staggeringly better range of treatments and services, but architecturally - well, you decide.