Old St James Church War Memorial, Dover, Kent, England, United Kingdom. The church of St James the Apostle was destroyed in World War II, ruins now a monument to the people of Dover UK who endured bombs and shell-fire 1939-1945. West Door (left) and North Tower (centre). 14th Century White Horse Inn separated from the church by Hubert Passage to the left; churchyard, or cemetery once extended to the right. Urban, History, Architecture, and Religion. See…

Old St James Church War Memorial, Dover, Kent, England, United Kingdom. The church of St James the Apostle was destroyed in World War II, ruins now a monument to the people of Dover UK who endured bombs and shell-fire 1939-1945. West Door (left) and North Tower (centre). 14th Century White Horse Inn separated from the church by Hubert Passage to the left; churchyard, or cemetery once extended to the right. Urban, History, Architecture, and Religion. See…

World War I Georgian home of Charles Lightoller, ex-RMS Titanic, Dover, Kent, UK. "Lights" nearly joined Knight Bachelor 1899. Second mate on, senior surviving officer of, RMS Titanic 1912 iceberg tragedy. Spanish Prince, ex-Knight Bachelor, sunk 1915 as blockship in Dover Harbour. Lightoller joined Royal Navy's Dover Patrol in 1916 and lived 8 East Cliff. Involved in 1940 World War II Dunkirk evacuation. Architecture and First World War History. More at…

World War I Georgian home of Charles Lightoller, ex-RMS Titanic, Dover, Kent, UK. "Lights" nearly joined Knight Bachelor 1899. Second mate on, senior surviving officer of, RMS Titanic 1912 iceberg tragedy. Spanish Prince, ex-Knight Bachelor, sunk 1915 as blockship in Dover Harbour. Lightoller joined Royal Navy's Dover Patrol in 1916 and lived 8 East Cliff. Involved in 1940 World War II Dunkirk evacuation. Architecture and First World War History. More at…

Dover Unitarian Church Listed Building at Sunrise, Adrian Street, Dover, Kent, England, UK. Octagonal Georgian church built 1819 by Thomas Read, Architect. Vestry. First Dover Sunday School. Free Christian Church, Baptists. Memorial plaque to congregation members who died World War I. View A256 York Street at Sunrise. Western Heights. Georgian Architecture and History; Urban. More information at http://www.panoramio.com/photo/58152909

Dover Unitarian Church Listed Building at Sunrise, Adrian Street, Dover, Kent, England, UK. Octagonal Georgian church built 1819 by Thomas Read, Architect. Vestry. First Dover Sunday School. Free Christian Church, Baptists. Memorial plaque to congregation members who died World War I. View A256 York Street at Sunrise. Western Heights. Georgian Architecture and History; Urban. More information at http://www.panoramio.com/photo/58152909

Rare view of Dover Grammar School for Boys from Dover Castle, Kent, England, UK. Ex-Dover County School founded 1905 by headmaster Fred Whitehouse as mixed-sex with premises in Ladywell and Frith Road. Astor Avenue building opened by Duke of York (future King George VI) in 1931. Used by Royal Navy in World War II as a station for WRNS (Wrens). 2500-yard zoom shot from the castle's Saluting Platform. Urban Architecture, Education, History, and Travel. See…

Rare view of Dover Grammar School for Boys from Dover Castle, Kent, England, UK. Ex-Dover County School founded 1905 by headmaster Fred Whitehouse as mixed-sex with premises in Ladywell and Frith Road. Astor Avenue building opened by Duke of York (future King George VI) in 1931. Used by Royal Navy in World War II as a station for WRNS (Wrens). 2500-yard zoom shot from the castle's Saluting Platform. Urban Architecture, Education, History, and Travel. See…

St Mary the Virgin Parish Church in Sunhine and Snow, Dover, Kent, England, UK. Eastern (chancel, apse) end of St Mary's, a Church of England, CofE Listed Building. Lady Chapel in right-hand aisle, Organ in left. Originally a Roman site: Saxon church burnt 1066, Norman church built before 1086; Victorian restoration 1843-1844. Located Cannon Street, CT16 1BY. View from Stembrook. Winter 2013 Urban Dover Architecture and Medieval History photo. See http://www.panoramio.com/photo/84813428

St Mary the Virgin Parish Church in Sunhine and Snow, Dover, Kent, England, UK. Eastern (chancel, apse) end of St Mary's, a Church of England, CofE Listed Building. Lady Chapel in right-hand aisle, Organ in left. Originally a Roman site: Saxon church burnt 1066, Norman church built before 1086; Victorian restoration 1843-1844. Located Cannon Street, CT16 1BY. View from Stembrook. Winter 2013 Urban Dover Architecture and Medieval History photo. See http://www.panoramio.com/photo/84813428

La Via Romana Restaurant, 1-2 King Street, Dover, Kent, England, United Kingdom. Corner of Queen Street. 1851: Henry Elkington's Dispensing Chemist. 1916: Secretary and Offices for East Kent Colliery Mining Company and Guildford Mining Syndicate. 1960: Poppe Inne - Judith Robinson lived here, co-pupil with John Latter at St Mary's C of E Primary School 1958-1962. Urban Dover 2009. Georgian or Victorian Architecture, Food, History, Travel and Tourism. See…

La Via Romana Restaurant, 1-2 King Street, Dover, Kent, England, United Kingdom. Corner of Queen Street. 1851: Henry Elkington's Dispensing Chemist. 1916: Secretary and Offices for East Kent Colliery Mining Company and Guildford Mining Syndicate. 1960: Poppe Inne - Judith Robinson lived here, co-pupil with John Latter at St Mary's C of E Primary School 1958-1962. Urban Dover 2009. Georgian or Victorian Architecture, Food, History, Travel and Tourism. See…

South Churchyard of St Mary the Virgin Church, Dover CT16 1BY, Kent, England, UK. Graveyard of this Church of England parish church is seperated from the church grounds proper by St Mary's Passage that runs this side of the blue railings from Cannon Street (left) to Church Street (right). Originally a Roman site, then probably Saxon. Norman church built between 1066 and 1086. Victorian restoration. Urban Dover Architecture and History photo. More at: http://www.panoramio.com/photo/28024263

South Churchyard of St Mary the Virgin Church, Dover CT16 1BY, Kent, England, UK. Graveyard of this Church of England parish church is seperated from the church grounds proper by St Mary's Passage that runs this side of the blue railings from Cannon Street (left) to Church Street (right). Originally a Roman site, then probably Saxon. Norman church built between 1066 and 1086. Victorian restoration. Urban Dover Architecture and History photo. More at: http://www.panoramio.com/photo/28024263

Former HMS Wasp Shore Station seen from St Martin's Battery at Daybreak, Western Heights, Dover, Kent, England, UK. Originally the Victorian Lord Warden Hotel built in the Western Docks by architect Samuel Beazley between 1848-1853. Became Royal Navy's HMS Wasp Shore Station during World War II. Currently Lord Warden House used by freight agents. Grade II Listed Building. Architecture, Second World War, and History. More information at http://www.panoramio.com/photo/45256061

Former HMS Wasp Shore Station seen from St Martin's Battery at Daybreak, Western Heights, Dover, Kent, England, UK. Originally the Victorian Lord Warden Hotel built in the Western Docks by architect Samuel Beazley between 1848-1853. Became Royal Navy's HMS Wasp Shore Station during World War II. Currently Lord Warden House used by freight agents. Grade II Listed Building. Architecture, Second World War, and History. More information at http://www.panoramio.com/photo/45256061

Dover Civic War Memorial and Maison Dieu House, Biggin Street, Kent, England, UK. Post-Remembrance Day, 2009. Inscription on bronze Figure of Youth Statue by Richard Goulden: "To the Glorious Memory of the People of Dover who gave their lives in the Great Wars 1914-1919, 1939-1945". Maison Dieu House, built 1665, now offices of Dover Town Council. Grade II* Listed Building and scheduled as an Ancient Monument. Queen Anne Architecture; Urban, History. See…

Dover Civic War Memorial and Maison Dieu House, Biggin Street, Kent, England, UK. Post-Remembrance Day, 2009. Inscription on bronze Figure of Youth Statue by Richard Goulden: "To the Glorious Memory of the People of Dover who gave their lives in the Great Wars 1914-1919, 1939-1945". Maison Dieu House, built 1665, now offices of Dover Town Council. Grade II* Listed Building and scheduled as an Ancient Monument. Queen Anne Architecture; Urban, History. See…

Autumn Sunset of Dover Castle from the Golden Lion, Kent, England, UK. Victorian Golden Lion public house at 11 Priory Street and Priory Place established pre-1846; in 1881 the pub opened at 5 am. To the right is Roy's Mens Hairdressers (Barbers). Skyline: Norman Keep, Inner Curtain Wall, and Western Outer Curtain Wall of Dover Castle (Peverell’s Gate, Constable’s Gateway, Colton Tower). A256/B2011 Folkestone Road roundabout. Urban Dover History photo. See…

Autumn Sunset of Dover Castle from the Golden Lion, Kent, England, UK. Victorian Golden Lion public house at 11 Priory Street and Priory Place established pre-1846; in 1881 the pub opened at 5 am. To the right is Roy's Mens Hairdressers (Barbers). Skyline: Norman Keep, Inner Curtain Wall, and Western Outer Curtain Wall of Dover Castle (Peverell’s Gate, Constable’s Gateway, Colton Tower). A256/B2011 Folkestone Road roundabout. Urban Dover History photo. See…

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