EPW018589 ENGLAND (1927).  Stonar Camp and the North Lake, Sandwich, from the south, 1927


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    Title [EPW018589] Stonar Camp and the North Lake, Sandwich, from the south, 1927
    Reference EPW018589
    Date 22 June 1927
    Place name SANDWICH
    Parish SANDWICH
    District
    Region
    Country ENGLAND
    Easting / Northing 633569,  158521
    Longitude / Latitude 1.3493748197189,  51.277363801164
    National Grid Reference TR336585
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     I think this building housed Abird which was a generator rental company c 1900's

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    Stubzi34
    Wednesday 30th of March 2016 04:36:34 PM
     Site of Kitchener Camp WW1 Site later used for housing Jewish refugees of WW2

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    The Laird
    Thursday 28th of August 2014 01:32:13 PM
     Site of Haig Camp (WW1)

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    Thursday 28th of August 2014 01:31:49 PM
     Site of Richborough Military Port WW1

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    The Laird
    Sunday 29th of June 2014 05:34:16 PM
     Site of Robertson Camp WW1

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    The Laird
    Sunday 29th of June 2014 05:25:03 PM
     Site of Cowan Camp WW1

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    The Laird
    Sunday 29th of June 2014 05:24:15 PM
     Stonar Camp WW1

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    The Laird
    Sunday 29th of June 2014 05:20:11 PM
     Land here re-developed as Sandwich Industrial Estate by the 1980s

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    MB
    Sunday 7th of October 2012 07:12:53 PM
     North Lake. By 1981 this had been extended to absorb South Lake, and the site of Stonar House and its hutted camp

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    MB
    Sunday 7th of October 2012 07:12:01 PM
     Stonar House

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    MB
    Sunday 7th of October 2012 07:04:26 PM
     River Stour

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    MB
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     South Lake

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    MB
    Sunday 7th of October 2012 07:03:37 PM
    A gravel pit in 1907

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    Sunday 7th of October 2012 07:06:25 PM

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    User Comment Contributions

    The River Stour can be seen in this wide valley. It has taken a winding course, over a long period of time, forming great U shaped meanders (bends). Some of these meanders have then formed into oxbow lakes. The river has taken a new course across the neck of the 'U' and detached the meander from the river to become a lake.

    MM
    Friday 5th of April 2013 12:09:12 PM
    The River Stour provides two reasonable oxbow examples in this shot

    MB
    Sunday 7th of October 2012 07:18:27 PM
    Stonar Camp was a World War I army camp. The site is now largely lost under ballast works which have extended the North Lake. Before World War I Roman coins, swords and other remains had been found near Stonar House, also demolished following the development of the site

    MB
    Sunday 7th of October 2012 07:16:34 PM