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Images Dated 2021 August

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George Hotel Portsmouth CXP01_01_052 Featured August Print

George Hotel Portsmouth CXP01_01_052

GEORGE HOTEL, HIGH STREET, PORTSMOUTH. The front of the George Hotel seen from the north-east with a man walking past the entrance.
The George Hotel was the site at which Horatio Nelson spent his last hours before leaving for the battle of Trafalgar. The building was destroyed in an air raid in January 1941 and the site is now occupied by a block of flats named George Court

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Ramsgate sands PEN01_15_03_29424 Featured August Print

Ramsgate sands PEN01_15_03_29424

Royal Victoria Pavilion, Harbour Parade, Ramsgate, Thanet, Kent. A general view showing Ramsgate sands, with a partial view of the Royal Victoria Pavilion in the foreground and the Ramsgate Harbour Station in the mid-ground, photographed between 1926 and 1939.
The pavilion was built in 1903 by Stanley Davenport Adshead and originally contained a theatre and cafe. It was later converted to a casino and to a public house in 2018. To the north of the pavilion was the Ramsgate Harbour Station, a second railway station built in 1863 and closed in 1926. It was used as a site of seaside entertainment, along with the Pleasurama and Ramsgate Tunnels, and was destroyed by a fire in 1998

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St Laswrence. Pegwell Bay PEN01_15_03_29452 Featured August Print

St Laswrence. Pegwell Bay PEN01_15_03_29452

PEGWELL BAY, RAMSGATE, THANET, KENT. A general view of Pegwell Bay from the west, showing the Pegwell Village Hotel and Pegwell Inn with the sea in the background. 1945-1965.
The hotel dates to the mid 19th cenury, and was extended in 1896. It has three storeys and an attic, in two blocks linked with a central tower. The tower has a large jettied belfry with round-headed openings, a dome roof and ball finial. To the right, as the base of the sea wall, is the Pegwell Inn. It was built and altered at the same time as the hotel, with three storeys facing the sea front, and one storeys to the road elevation

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