Not dated. “British Production” on the back suggest Word War I era.
(It seems to be approximately this view, if you compare the building on the far right of postcard and screen.)
The statue in front of the building is of William Wilberforce; it was moved to Queen’s Gardens in 1935.
Excursion Steamer landing Passengers, Qunicy, Ill.
С.-Петербургь НиколаевскнІ Мость
St. Pétersbourg Pont Nicolaus
Edition “Richard”, St.-Petersbourg. No. 41892
Nikolaevsky Bridge (Annunciation Bridge), St Petersburg.
Postmarked 1965 but St Petersburg was renamed Petrograd in 1914 and from Metro Postcard, publisher was in operation from 1903-1917
(Cyrillic didn’t copy very well. It might vary depending on font used.)
New Sea Front, Bridlington, c. 1910