Hi I hope you don't mind me mentioning but the oldest covered slipway is actualy at number three slipway Chatham Kent. You can visit the site at the Historic Naval Dockyard Chatham Kent.
Great Photo though
It's strange to see two separate roof designs. Was the roof rebuilt due to damage or has this church been extended?
There are many beautiful churches around Plymouth, with different times and different designs. A modern church like this has the modern textureless clean white.
Welcome to the group Devon glorious Devon. This is a lovely photo, and we hope to see more!
Nice old house rogplymouth.
Hi rogplymouth. Another clapper for me to discover.
Hi rogplymouth. great shot.
Nice to see the place, I served there as Military Police 1960
I grew up thinking that was a bomb crater.
This is indeed Devonport Leat, newer and longer than Drakes Leat. The head weir of drakes Leat is now under the waters of Burrator Dam. Devonport Leat, or what is left of it, has its head weir on the River Dart and now drains into Burrator.