Lord Warden House under Snow and Dramatic Sky, Dover Harbour, Kent, England, UK

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Built as the Lord Warden Hotel in the Western Docks by Victorian architect Samuel Beazley between 1848-1853. Became Royal Navy's HMS Wasp Shore Station during Second World War. Now Lord Warden House and offices of freight agents. Grade II Listed Building. Winter view (January 2013) from A20 Limekiln Street railway bridge. Architecture, World War II, and History.

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John Latter on January 23, 2013

The Admiralty Pier with its cruise ship terminals begins on the far side of the Lord Warden House with the English Channel to the right and the Inner Harbour (plus Jetfoil Basin) to the left.

On the far left of the photo is the ship's bridge of Dover Harbour Board's DHB David Church dredger at her berth in the Tug Haven.

Railway tracks leading from Dover Priory to Folkestone Central and beyond (eg Ashford International Train Station) at bottom-right.

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John Latter on January 24, 2013

Also taken from the same location on the 21st January 2013:

The Clock Tower and Granville Dock under Snow, Dover Marina, England

John Latter on January 25, 2013

Also taken from the same location on the 21st January 2013:

Winter view across Dover Marina to the Castle, Kent, England

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  • Uploaded on January 23, 2013
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by John Latter
    • Camera: Canon EOS 600D
    • Taken on 2013/01/21 08:36:43
    • Exposure: 0.013s (1/80)
    • Focal Length: 40.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/6.300
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash