Constant Le Tours was one of a number of French writers to interrupt a tour of the coasts of Normandy and Brittany in the late 19th century to pay a visit to Jersey. These images come from his book Vingt jours sur les cotes de Normandie et Bretagne et a l'Ile de Jersey, a copy of which is retained in the Bibliotheque Nationale in Paris
An English soldier
St Helier Harbour pierheads
Looking down on the Weighbridge
King Street at night - did the gentry really parade through St Helier's main shopping street at night in the 1880s?
Our carriage at Greve de Lecq
Horse racing at Grouville
A fascinating image of nude bathers cavorting on the beach at Greve de Lecq