Hidden Houses of East Cliff below Dover Castle under Snow, Kent, England, UK

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An early morning view. When this area of land at the base of the White Cliffs of Dover was first built upon it was considered "extra-parochial" (ie not subject to municipal rates), but that didn't last long, of course! 57 and 58 are the "First and Last" pub (ex-Albion). Unseen on the left are the rear entrances to much grander properties that front onto "East Cliff (Marine Parade)". An Urban Dover photo.

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John Latter on January 22, 2013

Former inhabitants of the "grander properties" include Charles Lightoller at 8 East Cliff (senior surviving officer of the 1912 RMS Titanic maritime disaster) and the British Army's Sir Henry Le Geyt Bruce KCB at 1 East Cliff (a Victorian Knight).

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John Latter on January 22, 2013

In the distance, a woman was having the greatest difficulty in persuading her dog to go for a walk; the rising smoke against the trees brought back memories of coal- and log-fires on similar mornings in my youth.

John Latter on January 22, 2013
John Latter on February 16, 2013

Also see:

Houses of East Cliff Marine Parade, White Cliffs of Dover, United Kingdom

(this shows the "grander properties")

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  • Uploaded on January 22, 2013
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    by John Latter
    • Camera: Canon EOS 600D
    • Taken on 2013/01/21 08:21:09
    • Exposure: 0.025s (1/40)
    • Focal Length: 29.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/5.600
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash