Another snapshot from the album, this one entitled 'Frogholt'. According to wiki, Frogholt is a hamlet near Folkestone in Kent. There are 8 houses and this snapshot appears to be the 'Old Kent Cottage' built in the 15th century (wiki link).
One of the most magnificent landscapes I have seen, is that of the Giza Plateau with the Pyramids, so I've scanned some stamps with the pyramids for this week's theme.
The above are the oldest of the selection, with the grey 5 piastre value being issued in 1879, and the green 2 mil values issued between 1888 and 1902. The 5 piastre has a Fayum cancellation 1910, and the 2 mil is Alexandria 1909.
The next two stamps are from an airmail series issued in 1933, with a Handley Page HP42 over the pyramids.
The above 30 mil with a young King Farouk and the pyramids in the background was issued 1939 - 1945.
The next stamps are all airmail, the centre one dates from 1972, the first and third are from 1978 - 1985.
As for the name 'The three horseshoes', according to wiki, pub names containing 'three' 'are often based on the arms of a London livery company or trade guild', so three horseshoes relates to the 'Worshipful Company of Farriers'. Incidentally pubs called the three horseshoes are found all over the country, not just in the London area.
Sadly the detail in the background, doesn't allow the date on the calendar to be seen clearly, other than it's the end of a month with 31 days (or the first few days of a month following a month with 31 days) - most of the photos it came with are late 1920s/1930s, maybe the style of telephone gives a better approximation.