A frame from the video/film 'Dover 1942' (alt 'Dover Front Line') showing the Town Centre where Worthington Street joins Biggin Street. Photo taken from in front of Marks and Spencers.
Opposite Worthington Street (seen on the left) is Pencester Road which adjoins Pencester Gardens. Further up Biggin Street is the Town Hall and the Market Square is behind the viewer (via Cannon Street).
Dover in World War Two: 1942 (1) is a ten minute British Ministry of Information film, released by the US Office of War Information, and narrated by the American journalist, Edward R. Murrow.
The whole video can be seen at Dover in World War Two: 1942 or choose one of the other pre-selected entry points:
Dunkirk Evacuation 0:00:40
Winston Churchill 0:01:22
The Mayor 0:05:49
Dover Town Hall 0:06:25
St Martin's Battery 'Look-A-Like' 0:07:03
Pencester Gardens 0:09:41
In 1942, Dover was in that part of Kent known as 'Hellfire Corner'.
The 5 stills/frames in this series are:
(1) Original titles: Dover (1942) or Dover Front Line.
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Photo taken in Dover, Kent, UK
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