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IMAGES OF DOVER My interests include: Researching the possibility of an internal evolutionary mechanism based on an extension to homeostasis. The evolutionary origins of psychological trauma. Psychology and Social Psychology. History. Cycling. Digital photography. Reading.

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You're welcome! :)

Thanks for the info, Steven, especially regarding the building marked "1" - it probably hadn't been completed by the time I left in 1970.

Also interesting to read about your career then & now (Kazakhstan? wow!)

In case you're not aware of it, there's a facebook page where you might meet others of your intake at:

1967-1970 (esp. 67C-70B), AAC Harrogate, Royal Corps of Signals

John Latter

that wonderful view . show !!! Brasil rio de janeiro

I'm pleased you like it, Maquinaria-taller - thank you!

On the 8th of August, 2014, Maquinaria-taller said:

parece una carcel

Yes, it does look like a jail!

Here's a photo of one of the three staircases, taken from the top of the Grand Shaft.

Greetings from Dover, England.

Thank you very much indeed for your interesting comment, pappashanga, and I'm looking forward to seeing the photo of Bleriot's memorial during constuction!

I have a number of photos under the Bleriot tag, the last of which shows Bleriot and his plane behind Dover Castle on Sunday 25th July 1909. One of the things I find interesting is that Bleriot seems to have taxied quite a distance from where he landed (location of the memorial) to where this particular photo was taken from.

If its of interest, I'll be making a video of Dover's Bleriot memorial later this year and will post a link here once it's been uploaded to YouTube.

Regards,

John Latter

Thank you again, k.-pictures - Greetings from Dover, England!

Thank you, k.-pictures - Greetings from Dover, England!

Thank you, David - Greetings from Dover, England!

Very beautiful view.
Wonderful capture.
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Best regards from Georgia, David.

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