EAW024827 ENGLAND (1949). Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone, 1949

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Details

Title [EAW024827] Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone, 1949
Reference EAW024827
Date 12-July-1949
Link
Place name FOLKESTONE
Parish FOLKESTONE
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 622401, 135497
Longitude / Latitude 1.1752510960281, 51.075097437138
National Grid Reference TR224355

Pins

Trolley for transporting deckchairs.

Paolo
Sunday 3rd of January 2016 06:02:04 PM
Eastern terminus of the miniature railway that ran as far as the back of the Mermaid Café. See train to left at platform.

Paolo
Sunday 3rd of January 2016 05:59:58 PM

Paolo
Sunday 3rd of January 2016 05:57:48 PM
The Langhorne Hotel, supported by timber struts to the front as a result of bomb blast damage WW2. Since demolished.

Paolo
Sunday 3rd of January 2016 05:55:14 PM
Statue of William Harvey, the discoverer of the circulation of the blood by the heart. The bronze statue is standing, one foot slightly forward, one hand on his breast (i.e. recollecting the pulse of the heart), the other, less subtly, holding a human heart. He wears a short tunic embroidered on the front, breeches tucked into his high leather boots, and over all, a great cloak, draped over each arm and hanging to his feet at the back and sides. The statue is raised up on a square pedestal. The sculptor was Albert Bruce Joy, a portrait sculptor who won many commissions for public memorials across England.

Billy Turner
Monday 14th of December 2015 07:43:34 PM