EPW000371 ENGLAND (1920). Promenade Pier, Dover, 1920

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Details

Title [EPW000371] Promenade Pier, Dover, 1920
Reference EPW000371
Date April-1920
Link
Place name DOVER
Parish DOVER
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 632358, 141243
Longitude / Latitude 1.3208564746607, 51.122740482418
National Grid Reference TR324412

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Ruins of Old St James Church and the White Horse Inn, St James Street, Dover, UK. The Duke of Wellington, as Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports, presided over the last Court of Lodemanage here in 1851. St James the Apostle Church was destroyed during World War II. Now a war memorial and known as Dover's "Tidy Ruin". The White Horse public house is said to date from the 14th Century. The pub is currently run by Jeanette Harper and is a popular venue for cross-channel swimmers, many of who have signed their names on the walls and ceiling. More information, including a Georgian woodcut engraving of the church, can be found at: http://bit.ly/stjamesandwhitehorse

John Latter
Tuesday 24th of July 2012 05:07:03 PM
Rare Panorama of the Napoleonic Canons Gate Caponier, Western Outer Curtain Wall, Dover Castle, Kent, UK. Also shows part of the mysterious Tudor Bulwark. A caponier (caponnier) is a type of fortification that projects into the ditch (moat) of a fortress, traverses it completely to a detached outwork , or forms a blockhouse set in the "corners" of a moat-system like those surrounding the Drop Redoudt and North Centre Bastion on Dover's Western Heights. Writing about Dover Castle in the seventh edition of a book first published in 1829, William Batcheller said: "The New Entrance was constructed to the north-west of Canon-gate, in 1797, and has a drawbridge, a caponniere under it, a tete-du-pont, and other defences." The "New Entrance" is today's Canons Gate (plural) while "Canon-gate" (singular) means the now-vanished Monk's Gate. English Heritage and Listed Building. History. More at: http://www.panoramio.com/photo/56444278

John Latter
Tuesday 24th of July 2012 04:50:41 PM
The Gate House of Victoria Park, Castle Hill Road, Dover, Kent, UK. The Victorian Gatehouse is situated on the west side of Victoria Park at the junction with Castle Hill Road. The actual houses are on the east side in the form of a single terrace, they were built in 1864. The Zig Zags Park starts at the other end of the road (to the left). The Gate House was once known as Castle Lodge; a Listed Building. More detailed information can be found on this photo's original webpage at: http://www.panoramio.com/photo/29690856

John Latter
Tuesday 24th of July 2012 06:59:16 AM