EPW000767 ENGLAND (1920). The Market Square, Dover, 1920

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Title [EPW000767] The Market Square, Dover, 1920
Reference EPW000767
Date April-1920
Link
Place name DOVER
Parish DOVER
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 631931, 141451
Longitude / Latitude 1.314898553275, 51.124780924273
National Grid Reference TR319415

Pins

Alfred Leney & Co Ltd, Phoenix Brewery, Dolphin Lane. Founded 1740. Brewery closed 1927 and demolished 1965.

Stu Giles
Monday 21st of May 2018 11:40:57 PM
Saint Mary the Virgin Church

Alan McFaden
Wednesday 9th of July 2014 04:50:46 PM
Charles Dickens and the Victorian Camden Crescent, Dover Seafront, Kent, UK The Victorian Camden Crescent (a Listed Building) was built in 1840 and runs from the Indian Mutiny War Memorial in New Bridge (the buildings behind the tree on the left) to Wellesley Road (by the Gateway Flats, out-of-shot to the right). The build date of 1840 is at the juncture of two architectual periods: Georgian architecture and Victorian architecture. A "Blue Plaque" erected by the Dover Society states: "In 1852 CHARLES DICKENS and his family lodged nearby in Camden Crescent while he wrote parts of Bleak House. The author Wilkie Collins was a regular visitor." More detailed information at: http://bit.ly/camdencrescent

John Latter
Tuesday 24th of July 2012 04:57:17 AM
New Street (Turne-Againe Lane until c. 1785), Dover, Kent, UK. An atmospheric photograph of John Allister passing the Golden Wall (he shouldn't cast a shadow) while walking westwards along New Street towards the York Street bypass at 10.30 am on Sunday, March 22nd, 2009. The doorway in front of John used to be a side entrance to the Metropole Hotel (Metropole Bars; main entrance on Cannon Street, now JD Wetherspoon's The Eight Bells public house, or pub). John and I both went to St Mary's Church of England Primary School in the late 1950s and early 1960s when it was located in Queen Street. More detailed information at: http://www.panoramio.com/photo/20346389

John Latter
Tuesday 24th of July 2012 04:46:57 AM
St Mary the Virgin Church engraving by George Wilmot Bonner, Dover, UK. St Mary the Virgin Church built on site of Roman baths: Norman, maybe Saxon in origin, restored by Victorians. A Grade II Listed Building located in Cannon Street, Dover, Kent, UK. Georgian artwork commisioned by St Mary the Virgin Church congregation: completed by 1837 at the latest, probably 1828 at the earliest. Made by wood-cut engraver G. W. Bonner of London, W. J. Linton an apprentice during this period. The photo illustrates the "Victorian Chancel of St. Mary the Virgin Parish Church, Church of England, Dover, Kent, UK" article at: http://bit.ly/Oh5HC7

John Latter
Sunday 22nd of July 2012 05:39:30 AM
St Mary's Church of England Primary School 1961-1962 School Football Team, Queen Street, Dover, Kent, UK. Front row: Unknown - John Allister - Unknown - John Edwards Middle row: Derek Cole - Unknown - David Thomas - Ian Luff - John Latter Back row: Nigel Fitz - Kerry Manning - John Dennis - Unknown - Unknown More info at: http://www.panoramio.com/photo/2452717 Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/85437198865/

John Latter
Sunday 22nd of July 2012 04:43:17 AM
Victorian Chancel of St. Mary the Virgin Parish Church, Church of England, Dover, Kent, UK Dover's Church of St Mary the Virgin from the east showing the Chancel/Apse and surrounding graveyard. The 'Lady Chapel' is in the right-hand aisle, the Organ in the left. The graveyard (churchyard, cemetery) was closed for burials in 1854. A Listed Building built on a Roman and Saxon site. An urban Dover Victorian architecture and history photo. More information at: http://www.panoramio.com/photo/5406336

John Latter
Sunday 22nd of July 2012 04:22:26 AM
This building on the corner of Queen Street and Chapel Place was once the Ordnance Arms public house (until 1910, I think). I (John Latter) spent the first three years of my life here from 1951-1954. The glum look on my face in the photo was because I was given nothing to hold on to when first put on the rocking chair so I promptly fell off. For more photos of Dover see http://www.panoramio.com/user/250345

John Latter
Sunday 15th of July 2012 03:54:38 AM
Ooops - that should be rocking horse, not rocking chair!

John Latter
Tuesday 17th of July 2012 05:25:43 AM

User Comment Contributions

Places of interest in this photo include: the Market Square, Biggin Street, Cannon Street, King Street, Bench Street, Queen Street, Castle Street, Church of St Mary the Virgin ("St Mary's Church"), Wellington Crescent, and the Seafront.

John Latter
Tuesday 24th of July 2012 05:15:18 AM
Clicking on the "see image record" link displays the aerial photo complete with pins (placemarks) and a zoom feature for registered members.



One pin has the following caption:



This building on the corner of Queen Street and Chapel Place was once the Ordnance Arms public house (until 1910, I think). I spent the first three years of my life here from 1951-1954. The glum look on my face in the photo was because I was given nothing to hold on to when first put on the rocking horse so I promptly fell off.

John Latter
Tuesday 17th of July 2012 05:32:00 AM
Clicking on the "see image record" link displays the aerial photo complete with pins (placemarks) and a zoom feature for registered members.



St Mary's Church of England Primary School 1961-1962 School Football Team, Queen Street, Dover, Kent, UK.



Front row: Unknown - John Allister - Unknown - John Edwards



Middle row: Derek Cole - Unknown - David Thomas - Ian Luff - John Latter



Back row: Nigel Fitz - Kerry Manning - John Dennis - Unknown - Unknown



More info at:



http://www.panoramio.com/photo/2452717



Facebook group:



https://www.facebook.com/groups/85437198865/

John Latter
Sunday 22nd of July 2012 05:04:09 AM
St Mary the Virgin Church engraving by George Wilmot Bonner, Dover, UK.



St Mary the Virgin Church built on site of Roman baths: Norman, maybe Saxon in origin, restored by Victorians.



A Grade II Listed Building located in Cannon Street, Dover, Kent, UK.



Georgian artwork commisioned by St Mary the Virgin Church congregation: completed by 1837 at the latest, probably 1828 at the earliest.



Made by wood-cut engraver G. W. Bonner of London, W. J. Linton an apprentice during this period.



The photo illustrates the "Victorian Chancel of St. Mary the Virgin Parish Church, Church of England, Dover, Kent, UK" article at:



http://bit.ly/Oh5HC7

John Latter
Sunday 22nd of July 2012 05:41:30 AM
New Street (Turne-Againe Lane until c. 1785), Dover, Kent, UK.



An atmospheric photograph of John Allister passing the Golden Wall (he shouldn't cast a shadow) while walking westwards along New Street towards the York Street bypass at 10.30 am on Sunday, March 22nd, 2009.



The doorway in front of John used to be a side entrance to the Metropole Hotel (Metropole Bars; main entrance on Cannon Street, now JD Wetherspoon's The Eight Bells public house, or pub).



John and I both went to St Mary's Church of England Primary School in the late 1950s and early 1960s when it was located in Queen Street.



More detailed information at:



http://www.panoramio.com/photo/20346389

John Latter
Tuesday 24th of July 2012 05:15:18 AM