EPW000085 ENGLAND (1920). The Leas, Folkestone, 1920

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Details

Title [EPW000085] The Leas, Folkestone, 1920
Reference EPW000085
Date February-1920
Link
Place name FOLKESTONE
Parish FOLKESTONE
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 621931, 135415
Longitude / Latitude 1.1685014994328, 51.074543075407
National Grid Reference TR219354

Pins

Note how many of the windows in the crescent have identically-sixed posters. Possibly For Sale signs as these were private homes pre 1914, then sold for hotels.

Paolo
Monday 14th of September 2015 09:39:04 PM
Just discernible is the roof of the Tollgate House, now the entrance to children's play area.

Paolo
Monday 14th of September 2015 09:29:59 PM
Workmen demolishing YMCA which served Rest Camp No. 3 in WW1

Paolo
Monday 3rd of December 2012 03:30:31 PM

User Comment Contributions

Shows the western half of Clifton Crescent, withthe Manor House at far left and Holy Trinity Church at far right. But what is the cuboid structure opposite the gap in the buildings leading to the church? Is it left over from Rest Camp 3 in WW1?

Paolo
Wednesday 27th of June 2012 04:22:27 PM