EPW000358 ENGLAND (1920).  Western Heights and Western Docks, Dover, from the north-west, 1920


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    EPW000353
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    Manylion

    Pennawd [EPW000358] Western Heights and Western Docks, Dover, from the north-west, 1920
    Cyfeirnod EPW000358
    Dyddiad April 1920
    Enw lle WESTERN DOCKS
    Plwyf DOVER
    Ardal
    Rhanbarth
    Gwlad ENGLAND
    Dwyreiniad / Gogleddiad 631490,  140543
    Hydred / Lledred 1.3080238790236,  51.116807185557
    Cyfeirnod Grid Cenedlaethol TR315405
    Maint y ddelwedd (px)
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     Archcliffe Military Hospital

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    The Laird
    Thursday 14th of May 2015 07:00:36 PM
     South Front Barracks

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    The Laird
    Thursday 14th of May 2015 06:59:02 PM
     Dover Marine Railway station.

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    Gapim
    Sunday 30th of December 2012 04:57:58 PM
     Artefacts recovered from the World War I Spanish Prince Wreck, Dover Harbour, Kent, UK. The object above the anchor shank appears to be the curved arch of the wreck's stern, with the vertical section on the right being the bottom of the keel above which (ie to the left) the rudder was once fixed. The squat L-shaped item towards top-left may be the top of the rudder post (ie the rudder once lay between it and the bottom of the keel to the right). Members of the Gaverland Sea Barge crew thought the anchor was "a bit small" for a ship the size of the Spanish Prince - perhaps it belonged to the War Sepoy (an adjacent World War II blockship), or maybe it was just part of the ballast loaded prior to scuttling. More information on the original webpage: http://www.panoramio.com/photo/45388984

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    John Latter
    Monday 23rd of July 2012 06:56:40 PM
     Lord Warden House at Daybreak, Admiralty Pier, Western Docks, Dover, Kent, UK The Victorian former Lord Warden Hotel in the Western Docks was built by architect Samuel Beazley between 1848-1853. Louis Bleriot had breakfast here after the first flight across the English Channel in 1909. Charles Dickens, William Makepeace Thackeray, and Emperor Napoleon III also stayed here. Became Royal Navy's HMS Wasp Shore Station during World War II. Now Lord Warden House and used by freight agents. Grade II Listed Building. Pre-sunrise photo taken 600 yards away from St Martin's Battery, Western Heights. More information on the original webpage: http://www.panoramio.com/photo/45256061

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    John Latter
    Saturday 21st of July 2012 02:48:10 AM
     Multibeam Sonar Survey Image of Spanish Prince Blockship Wreck, Dover Harbour, Kent, UK Bow of Spanish Prince (ex-Knight Batchelor) about 90 feet from Dover Breakwater West End Light (lighthouse), Western Entrance. Stern pointing to beach. Ship scuttled in 1915 during First World War, along with cargoship Livonian. Waasland and Gaverland Sea Barges arrived in June, 2010, to remove the Spanish Prince. More detailed information can be found on this photo's original webpage at: http://www.panoramio.com/photo/36450380

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    John Latter
    Saturday 21st of July 2012 02:32:04 AM

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    Cyfraniadau Grŵp

    Dover Western Docks viewed from above the Western Heights. The "see image record" link has pins (placemarks) for the World War I Spanish Prince blockship at the western end of the Southern Breakwater and the Lord Warden Hotel (now Lord Warden House) at the landward end of the Admiralty Pier (the blockship at the lighthouse end of the pier is the Livonian cargoship).

    John Latter
    Monday 23rd of July 2012 06:57:50 PM
    Lord Warden House, ex-Hotel and HMS Wasp Shore Station, Dover, Kent, UK.



    The Victorian former Lord Warden Hotel in the Western Docks was built by architect Samuel Beazley between 1848-1853.



    Louis Bleriot had breakfast here after the first flight across the English Channel in 1909.



    Charles Dickens, William Makepeace Thackeray, and Emperor Napoleon III also stayed here.



    Became Royal Navy's HMS Wasp Shore Station during World War II.



    Now Lord Warden House and used by freight agents. Grade II Listed Building.



    More information on the original webpage:



    http://www.panoramio.com/photo/45145401

    John Latter
    Saturday 21st of July 2012 03:12:27 AM
    Multibeam Sonar Survey Image of Spanish Prince Blockship Wreck, Dover Harbour, Kent, UK



    Bow of Spanish Prince (ex-Knight Batchelor) about 90 feet from Dover Breakwater West End Light (lighthouse), Western Entrance.



    Stern pointing to beach. Ship scuttled in 1915 during First World War, along with cargoship Livonian.



    Waasland and Gaverland Sea Barges arrived in June, 2010, to remove the Spanish Prince.



    More detailed information can be found on this photo's original webpage at:



    http://www.panoramio.com/photo/36450380

    John Latter
    Saturday 21st of July 2012 03:14:06 AM
    Artefacts recovered from the World War I Spanish Prince Wreck, Dover Harbour, Kent, UK.



    The object above the anchor shank appears to be the curved arch of the wreck's stern, with the vertical section on the right being the bottom of the keel above which (ie to the left) the rudder was once fixed.



    The squat L-shaped item towards top-left may be the top of the rudder post (ie the rudder once lay between it and the bottom of the keel to the right).

    Members of the Gaverland Sea Barge crew thought the anchor was "a bit small" for a ship the size of the Spanish Prince - perhaps it belonged to the War Sepoy (an adjacent World War II blockship), or maybe it was just part of the ballast loaded prior to scuttling.



    More information on the original webpage:



    http://www.panoramio.com/photo/45388984

    John Latter
    Monday 23rd of July 2012 06:57:50 PM
    Google Earth shows a fresh view of course. No Loco Depot or very few features south of the Dover - Folkestone line now. The main Train Shed has been left but reduced a little.The Viaduct Road has been modernised Google shows a large Cruise liner longside the Train shed.

    The G.R.E.S.Railways from the air
    Wednesday 4th of July 2012 10:43:43 PM