Visit site
  • John Latter

    HMC Vigilant and Old Customs House, South Pier, Dover Harbour, Kent, England, UK. Above bow of UK Border Agency (customs) cutter is a green copper dome on top of the old Customs Watch House, designed by architect Arthur Beresford Pite and built 1909-1911. Patrol Boat data: Call Sign ZITI4, IMO 9276353, MMSI 235521000, Flag United Kingdom. Ex-Customs and Excise, ex-HMCC. Tidal Harbour and Western Docks: 13 March 2013 from Crosswall Quay, Dover Marina. See: http://www.panoramio.com/photo/87817840

Related Pins

MS Spirit of France Ferry and White Cliffs of Dover, Kent, England, UK / This photo reminds me of the White cliffs at the entrance of our ferry in the port of Dover in May, 2012.

carousel horses, ferris wheels and all kinds of fun fair games along the brighton shore. (january 2014)

Old Customs House, South Pier, Dover Harbour, Kent, England, United Kingdom. Customs Watch House with green copper belvedere (observation dome, cupola) built between 1909 and 1911 by architect, Arthur Beresford Pite. Located South Pier with Inner Harbour to the left and Tidal Harbour of Dover Marina to the right. View from North Pier (old hoverport). Nearby in the Western Docks is Lord Warden House (ex-Lord Warden Hotel). UK Architecture and History. See: www.panoramio.com...

Bath's Roman Baths, England. I went here with my sis, they wanted us to taste the bath water :/ no thanks.

Sissinghurst Castle by Sez_D, via Flickr

Reflections Boat on the water, Totnes, Devon, England by Fragga, via Flickr, River Dart.

MS Spirit of France Ferry at Night, Dover Harbour, Kent, England, UK. The ship is still heeling to starboard as she turns through the Western Entrance into the English Channel en route to Calais, France. Owner: P and O Ferries, Call Sign: 2DXD5, IMO: 9533816, and MMSI: 235082717; sister-ferry to MS Spirit of Britain. The lighthouse is the Dover Southern Breakwater West End Light. Hand-held low-light ISO 3200 photo. Port of Dover, Travel and Tourism. See: www.panoramio.com...

Broadway Tower, a unique folly by the beautiful Cotswold town of Broadway. Once rented by the Arts and Crafts figurehead William Morris

A Street In Otley, West Yorkshire, UK