Day 11: Deal to Dover – Departures & Arrivals

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England, Kent
Kitchen, Deal Castle. A Coastal artillery fort built by Henry VIII in 1540 to counter the threat of invasion, brought about by the alliance between Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor and King Francis I of France,

Kitchen, Deal Castle. A Coastal artillery fort built by Henry VIII in 1540 to counter the threat of invasion, brought about by the alliance between Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor and King Francis I of France,

Staircase, Deal Castle.

Staircase, Deal Castle.

Main gate, Deal Castle.

Main gate, Deal Castle.

Moat, Deal Castle.

Moat, Deal Castle.

Panalux film crew, Walmer.

Panalux film crew for Sky Atlantic’s series “The Tunnel 2: Debris”, Walmer.

Hope Point, Kingsdown.

Hope Point, Kingsdown.

Dover Patrol Memorial, WW1 naval group tasked with preventing German shipping entering the channel. Conney Burrow Point, St Margaret's at Cliffe.

Dover Patrol Memorial, WW1 naval group tasked with preventing German shipping entering the channel. Conney Burrow Point, St Margaret’s at Cliffe.

Southern breakwater and central signal station, Port of Dover.

Southern breakwater and central signal station, Port of Dover.

Chalk and flint cliff above St Margaret's bay.

Chalk and flint cliff above St Margaret’s bay.

Automatic Identification System in South foreland lighthouse showing live ship movements in the English Channel, the world's busiest seaway, with over 500 ships passing per day. The map shows the Goodwin Sands, a 16km sandbank where more than 2,000 ships are believed to have been wrecked.

Automatic Identification System in South foreland lighthouse showing live ship movements in the English Channel, the world’s busiest seaway, with over 500 ships passing per day. The map shows the Goodwin Sands, a 16km sandbank where more than 2,000 ships are believed to have been wrecked.

The desk in South Foreland Lighthouse used by Guglielmo Marconi during his work on radio waves, receiving the first ship-to-shore message from the East Goodwin lightship.

The desk in South Foreland Lighthouse used by Guglielmo Marconi during his work on radio waves, receiving the first ship-to-shore message from the East Goodwin lightship.

South Foreland Lighthouse a Victorian lighthouse used to warn ships approaching the nearby Goodwin Sands. It went out of service in 1988.

South Foreland Lighthouse a Victorian lighthouse used to warn ships approaching the nearby Goodwin Sands. It went out of service in 1988.

Ferries, Pride of Kent & Rodin - Calais pass near Dover.

Ferries, Pride of Kent & Rodin – Calais pass near Dover.

Selfie stick with the white cliffs of Dover. Shakespeare cliff rises in the background.

Selfie stick with the white cliffs of Dover. Shakespeare cliff rises in the background.

HM Dover Coastguard Radar Dish.

HM Dover Coastguard Radar Dish.

Port of Dover and white cliffs above Fan Bay.

Port of Dover and white cliffs above Fan Bay.

Langdon Hole, Dover.

Langdon Hole, Dover.

Trucks waiting to leave the Port of Dover.

Trucks waiting to leave the Port of Dover.

Departures I, the Port of Dover.

Departures I, the Port of Dover.

Waiting bays, the Port of Dover.

Waiting bays, the Port of Dover.

Departures II, the Port of Dover.

Departures II, the Port of Dover.

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