EAW002985 ENGLAND (1946).  The island, Portland, from the south-east, 1946


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    Pennawd [EAW002985] The island, Portland, from the south-east, 1946
    Cyfeirnod EAW002985
    Dyddiad 3 October 1946
    Enw lle PORTLAND
    Plwyf PORTLAND
    Ardal
    Rhanbarth
    Gwlad ENGLAND
    Dwyreiniad / Gogleddiad 367976,  68720
    Hydred / Lledred -2.4517486367962,  50.516793825293
    Cyfeirnod Grid Cenedlaethol SY680687
    Maint y ddelwedd (px)
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    Pinnau (10)

     Original Portland Bill coastguard station

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    Friday 13th of April 2018 08:02:36 PM
     Blacknor Fort

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    Saturday 23rd of September 2017 05:18:26 PM
     Coastguard Lookout (now NCI Portland Bill)

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    Saturday 23rd of September 2017 05:17:47 PM
     RN Portland Bill W/T Station

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    Saturday 23rd of September 2017 05:17:11 PM
     Portland Bill Road

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    totoro
    Monday 15th of September 2014 06:52:21 PM
     Old lower lighthouse of 1869, now a bird obersvatory.

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    Monday 15th of September 2014 06:51:59 PM
     Old higher lighthouse of 1869 (lantern removed)

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    Monday 15th of September 2014 06:47:51 PM
    Once owned by Marie Stopes, founder of Portland Museum

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    totoro
    Monday 15th of September 2014 06:49:27 PM
     Portland Bill Lighthouse The first Trinity House lighthouse was erected by William Johns, a Weymouth builder, in 1789. It replaced two earlier and badly operated lighthouses which operated after 1716, and were reported in 1752 to not be lit until two hours after sunset. One of these was demolished in 1789. Two new lighthouses were built further back than the present lighthouse in 1869. The present single lighthouse was built in 1906 with a height of 41 metres and can be seen 25 miles away. It was converted to automatic operation in 1996 and it is operated from Harwich. To the South of the lighthouse is a seven metre obelisk marking a shelf of rock which extends 30 metres into the sea.

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    totoro
    Monday 15th of September 2014 06:19:25 PM
     St. Andrew's Church, Southwell, 04/07/2014

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    Saturday 5th of July 2014 07:50:27 AM
     WWII HAA Battery, Southwell.

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    Friday 9th of May 2014 02:00:12 PM

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    Friday 9th of May 2014 02:00:57 PM