fountain at luton arches, now at chatham cemetary, moved as it was in the way when building roundabout
The Driver Fountain at the Luton Arches, pictured from High Street with Chatham Hill on the far left. Picture. The Victorian monument was moved ...
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Hen and Chickens High Street Luton Chatham
The Brook, Chatham - flood of 1 June 1907 Chatham Kent, Queen Victoria Children
Note: William Dawes Driver was Mayor of Chatham 1898-9, 1903-4, 1904-5
Gaumont Chatham in Chatham, GB - Cinema Treasures
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Guests at the event included Tracey Crouch, MP for Chatham and Aylesford, alongside representatives from Jenner Group, employer's agent Pellings and Medway ...
BEFORE: Eldon Street, Chatham.
BEFORE: The garage site in Upbury Way, Chatham.
HEARN on left, LONG in centre and JOHNSTONE on right
AFTER: An artist's impression of what the garage site may look like after redevelopment.
SECTION J, K & N FROM THE NORTH
AFTER: An artist's impression of what Eldon Street, Chatham will look like. CURRENTLY: Construction work has ...
AFTER: Artist's impression of the proposed mews in Upbury Way, Chatham.
(James and John Mc Cudden are buried in France)
Pupils at the Luton Junior School took a lead role in trying to tackle local fly-tipping issues in the Luton Road and Henry Street area.
RELIEF OF H.M.S. "NORTHAMPTON" 1888
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The water fountain is of course broken and unused. Now it's a handy bin for antisocial arseholes.
The Huts Cem Dikkebus Ieper Ypres
I stepped away from the swirl of traffic on the Scotland Road and into another quiet estate of 1980s houses. The clunk between city and suburbia is even ...
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There used to be a ventilation shaft for the Wapping Tunnel here, too, on Chatham Place, but that was demolished some time ago. Now it's just a lot of ...
It is an odd station because it is in effect two stations side by side on different brick viaducts. One side was opened by the London, Chatham and Dover ...
Trafalgar Square and its fountains, with Nelson's Column on the right
Black hole 'donuts' are actually 'fountains'
The Victory Arch, the station's main entrance, was constructed by James Robb Scott and
CHAPTER XIII HOSPITAL FUNDS. “
Have walked around the Palace of Versailles. There are no superlatives to describe it. Even the gardens and fountains are exquisite.
Behind the acres of university accommodation, however, there's a spot of green open space. Crown Street Park is a bit of open land that could be anywhere.
CHAPTER XVI THE DISSOLUTION OF RELIGIOUS HOUSES AND ITS EFFECT UPON HOSPITALS. “
The Project Gutenberg eBook of Byways in British Archeaology, by Walter Johnson.
The Grand Cascade in the Parc de Saint-Cloud (image via http:/
Great Northern Railway (1850–1923)