EPW017125 ENGLAND (1926). Dover Castle and the harbour, Dover, 1926

© Copyright OpenStreetMap contributors and licensed by the OpenStreetMap Foundation. 2021. Cartography is licensed as CC BY-SA.

Nearby Images (16)

EPW017125
  0° 0m
EAW022986
  307° 51m
EPW017126
  335° 74m
EPW000574
  250° 91m
EAW007616
  352° 93m
EAW022987
  107° 95m
EAW006158
  341° 129m
EPW000346
  288° 138m
EAW007619
  340° 151m
EAW007607
  307° 167m
EAW006159
  317° 168m
EPW000565
  21° 201m
EPW000570
  302° 212m
EPW000345
  294° 225m
EPW000349
  167° 241m
EPW000580
  308° 307m

Details

Title [EPW017125] Dover Castle and the harbour, Dover, 1926
Reference EPW017125
Date October-1926
Link
Place name DOVER
Parish DOVER
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 632633, 141846
Longitude / Latitude 1.3251687986188, 51.128042580736
National Grid Reference TR326418

Pins

The newly completed East Arrow Barracks. (Demolished 1984)

The Laird
Saturday 31st of August 2019 10:42:10 AM
Site of Langdon Prison/Barracks

The Laird
Saturday 31st of August 2019 10:40:12 AM
Connaught Barracks

The Laird
Saturday 31st of August 2019 10:16:45 AM
The Louis Blériot Memorial is located in Northfall Meadow (now a wooded area) to the west of Dover Castle. The Cockpit Stone of the Bleriot Memorial reads: "After making the first Channel flight by aeroplane LOUIS BLERIOT Landed at this spot on Sunday, 25th July, 1909. This memorial was presented to the Aero Club of the United Kingdom by Alexander Duckham." The flight from Les Barraques (now Bleriot Plage), France, to Dover, England, undertaken in bad weather, earned Bleriot the £1000 prize that the London Daily Mail had offered to the first aviator to cross the English Channel in either direction. In 2009 there was a Centennial commemoration of the first aeroplane crossing of the English Channel. A Dover history photo. More Bleriot Memorial images at: http://www.panoramio.com/user/250345/tags/Bleriot

John Latter
Wednesday 25th of July 2012 09:33:52 AM
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 07:02:02 AM