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South Foreland

South spit is a chalk headland on the coast of Kent in the South East of England. It presents a bold cliff to the sea, and overlooking the Strait of Dover. It is 3 km North-East of Dover and 15 miles South from the Northern hills. It contains the ...


Cheriton, Kent

The hotel is located in the Northern suburb of Folkestone in Kent. This is the location of the English terminal of the tunnel under the English channel, and major army barracks of Shorncliffe camp.


East Cliff and Warren Country Park

East Cliff and Warren Country Park is in Folkestone, in Kent, England. This country Park is formed of the East cliffs of Folkestone, the sandy beaches of East wear Bay and the land-slipped nature reserve land between the cliffs and the sea.


Folkestone Castle

Folkestone castle stood on a spur of the North downs to the North of Folkestone, Kent. The Norman castle on a natural hill, which existed in the late 11th and 12th centuries. It was excavated in 1878 by Augustus rivers pitt and it was argued that ...


Folkestone Downs

The Folkestone downs are in the area of chalk downland above Folkestone, where the Eastern escarpment of the North downs meets the English channel. Part of the downs at the Folkestone to Etchinghill escarpment site of special scientific interest, ...


History of Folkestone

The history of Folkestone stretches back to prehistoric times, with evidence of human habitation since the Mesolithic and Paleolithic ages over 12.000 years ago. Its proximity to the continent means that it often was a transit point for migrating ...


Fawley, Hampshire

Foley is a village and civil parish in Hampshire, England. It is located in the new forest on the Western shore of the Solent, approximately 7 miles South of Southampton. Foley also on the website Foley refinery, operated by ExxonMobil, which is ...


HMS Dolphin (shore establishment)

The seventeenth ship of the Royal Navy to be named HMS Dolphin was a Royal Navy shore establishment located at Fort blockhouse in Gosport. Dolphin was the home of Royal Navy submarine Navy from 1904 to 1999, and location of the Royal Navy submari ...


Chatham, Kent

Chatham is one of the Medway towns located on the territory of the unitary authority of Medway, in North Kent, in South-East England. The town developed around the shipyard of Chatham and several army barracks, together with the FORTS of the 19th ...



Richborough settlement North of Sandwich on the East coast of Kent, England. Richborough is located near the island of Thanet. The population of the village is included in the parish of ash. Although now some distance from the sea, Richborough st ...


Ridham Dock

Of up to Ridham dock iPod on the stall in the English County of Kent. It is located in the parish of Iwade at about 4 miles to the North of Sittingbourne.


Williams Shipping

Williams freight-marine services and logistics company based in Southampton, England. The companys services include chartering, marine services, oil spill response, road transportation, marine grease and the container cars.


History of the Port of Southampton

The port of Southampton is a major passenger and cargo port located in the Central part of the South coast of England. It was an important port since the Roman occupation of Britain nearly two thousand years ago, and has a multifaceted history. F ...


Southampton Harbour Board Police

The Southampton Board the police was a small police port of Southampton, founded in 1847 and disbanded in 1980. The staff were sworn in under section 79 of the harbours, docks, piers and clauses act 1847.


Ports and harbours of East Sussex


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Local government in Weymouth, Dorset


Liverpool Dock Trustees


Buildings and structures in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana


Buildings and structures in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana


Buildings and structures in St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana


Buildings and structures in St. Charles Parish, Louisiana


Buildings and structures in St. John the Baptist Parish, Louisiana


Buildings and structures in St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana


Buildings and structures in Washington Parish, Louisiana


Shopping malls in the New Orleans metropolitan area


Burrwood, Louisiana

Burrwood was a community located near the southern tip of the Delta of the Mississippi river in Plaquemines parish, Louisiana, United States of America. At one time the city had an estimated population of 1.000, but today it is uninhabited, with ...


Parishes in New Orleans metropolitan area


Populated places in New Orleans metropolitan area


Rivers of the New Orleans metropolitan area


Enoch, Alberta


John DOr Prairie

John Dor Prairie is the first settlement of the United Nations in John dor Prairie 215 Indian reservation in Northern Alberta, Canada. It is located on the St. Lawrence river, upstream from the peace River, and South of the mountain Caribou. It h ...


Morley, Alberta

Morley is the first settlement of the United Nations in stony 142 / 143 / 144 Indian reserve in southern Alberta, Canada. It is located along the Canadian Pacific railway between the TRANS-Canada highway and the bow river, upstream from Ghost lak ...


Redwood Meadows

Redwood meadows is located in Alberta, Canada - only British Columbia, Canada recognized by Alberta municipal Affairs at this time. Redwood meadows is unique in that it is a partially independent municipality, functioning similarly included the c ...


Siksika, Alberta


Middle Ordovician North America


Clinton, British Columbia

Clinton-village, British Columbia, Canada, located about 40 km Northwest of cache Creek and 30 km South of 70 Mile house. It is considered by some to straddle the southern edge of the Cariboo country of British Columbia, although others consider ...


Cottonwood, British Columbia

Cottonwood, including Cottonwood ranch and Cottonwood house is an unincorporated settlement on the North one of the Central interior of British Columbia, Canada. Originally a ranch, it is located in the Northern part of the plateau Caribou, just ...


McLeese Lake, British Columbia

McLeese lake is an unincorporated community in British Columbia highway 97 in the Central interior of British Columbia, Canada. It is named after the eponymous lake, which in turn was named for Robert McLeese, a pioneer storekeeper, hotelier and ...


Red Bluff, British Columbia

Red bluff is an unincorporated settlement and adjoining Indian reserve community located just South of Quesnel, British Columbia, Canada. The community includes Quesnel Indian reserve No. 1, one of the reserves of the red bluff first nation and, ...

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