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visited with monk&jackal

Done this a little while ago but not gotten round to putting the pictures up till now, drove past the other day and not a lot has changed, pikeys still down the harbour etc.

Road Of Remembrance Bunker:
Nice and easy to find as its named after the road its in.The road was named in honour to the thousands of troops who marched down it on there way to the battle fields in ww1.The bunker it self served in ww2 as a Royal Navy communication facility

Folkestone Harbour station;
The line at folkestone was first laid in june 1843 with the connection to the harbour finished 6 months later.Was once a proud line with the golden arrow train running in and out once a day,but the opening of the channel tunnel and other ferry services ment that the station was closed down in 2001

A nice afternoon exsploring would have liked to do the hover terminal but the pikeys were present.Anyway a few pics

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