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Kent Pool



Kent (in South-East England). Photos and discussions of Kent. Other Kent groups include: East Kent Geotagged: Kent Dungeness University of Kent Folkestone and Shepway Canterbury Geotagged: Canterbury Maidstone Kent Institute of Art and Design



Updated: 2018-01-21T00:02:26Z

 



Fields outside Eastry, Kent

2018-01-21T00:02:20Z

joshtilley has added a photo to the pool:

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Fields outside Eastry in Kent.




Dungeness

2018-01-04T19:11:41Z

richwat2011 has added a photo to the pool:

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Storm Brian

Taken from beside the seawatch hide at Dungeness, looking down Channel, as Storm Brian passes through.

On 13 October, the U.S. National Hurricane Center designated a tropical wave in the Atlantic Ocean to the east of the Lesser Antilles as Invest 92L, giving the system a 40% chance of developing into a tropical cyclone. The NHC continued monitoring the system as it moved slowly north-west, bringing heavy rainfall and flooding to Puerto Rico and the British and U.S. Virgin Islands before turning to the north-east.However, on 16 October, the NHC discontinued monitoring the system as it passed Bermuda without any considerable impact, having failed to transition into a tropical cyclone.

Subsequently, the area of low pressure began to rapidly intensify as it accelerated eastward across the open Atlantic, developing into a powerful extratropical cyclone, On 19 October, Met Éireann issued an orange wind warning for 21 October in counties Galway and Mayo, thus naming storm Brian.On 20 October Met Éireann extended orange warnings to the counties of Clare, Kerry, Waterford and Wexford. The UK Environment Agency warned that storm Brian could combine with high tides and lead to a heightened risk of flooding on the south coast of the UK.

Brian moved over Ireland close to Galway around 07:00 local time on 21 October.

A 67-year-old man drowned after being swept from the sea wall at Dawlish during the storm. Two more people were killed in Ireland from the combined effects of Brian and the prior Hurricane Ophelia.




Cains Amusement 40th anniversary

2017-10-08T18:36:13Z

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Cains Amusement 40th anniversary

2017-10-08T18:08:03Z

StudioNine.photography has added a photo to the pool:

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Cains Amusement 40th anniversary

2017-10-08T18:06:28Z

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Superflys




I told you we should have gone to warmer climates this winter !

2018-01-20T19:25:04Z

GABOLY has added a photo to the pool:

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The gathering of many Goldfinches in the garden for the Sunflower Hearts in the feeders.




Our Robin #3

2018-01-20T19:06:29Z

GABOLY has added a photo to the pool:

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Waiting in the rain for a "handout" of food.




Listening for movement..

2018-01-20T18:59:11Z

GABOLY has added a photo to the pool:

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a Thrush on the food table.




St Matthew's Wigmore, Medway, Kent

2018-01-17T17:13:57Z

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Jubilee Clock, Margate, Kent, England.

2018-01-20T16:42:31Z

tosh123 has added a photo to the pool:

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Built between 1887 and 1889 to commemorate Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee.




There's a cable down here somewhere-

2018-01-20T16:35:42Z

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Welcome to Smallhythe Place, Kent

2018-01-20T14:04:48Z

Bob Radlinski has added a photo to the pool:

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Built in the early 16th-century when Smallhythe was a thriving shipbuilding port (today it's miles from the nearest navigable water), Smallhythe Place was later purchased by celebrity Victorian actress, Ellen Terry, in 1899.

Ellen Terry's daughter, Edith Craig, transformed the house into a museum to her mother's stage career. There is also a thatched roof barn converted to a theatre where the likes of Sir John Guilgud (the nephew of Ellen Terry) have performed.




Dent

2018-01-20T13:53:49Z

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Tourist Information Centre, Margate, Kent, England

2018-01-20T13:37:21Z

tosh123 has added a photo to the pool:

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This was formerly the Margate Pier and Harbour Company Building, built in 1812.




Shelter

2018-01-20T13:24:02Z

KT Photography. has added a photo to the pool:

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A typical Kent Oast house helping the bird shelter from the early morning winds.

Photo by Kelvin Trundle : Facebook - www.facebook.com/KelvinTrundlephotography/ © This Photo is Copyrighted. Not to be used without my permission.




BECKENHAM PLACE PARK

2017-12-17T19:07:47Z

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Our Robin Portrait #2

2018-01-20T09:11:55Z

GABOLY has added a photo to the pool:

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another of the shots taken of our regular visitor looking for food in the hand.




P1020564.JPG Old Edenbridge, Kent - Hanging Tiles

2010-10-03T17:56:41Z

londonconstant has added a photo to the pool:

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Edenbridge, Kent, GB
Parish of Sevenoaks It is located on the Kent/Surrey border on the upper floodplain of the River Medway and gives its name to the latter's tributary, the River Eden. Edenbridge has a population of around 8,000.
he old part of the town grew along a section of the otherwise disused Roman road, the London to Lewes Way at the point where it crossed the river. Iron slag from iron smelting in the surrounding area was used in building the road. In the Middle Ages, it became a centre of the Wealden iron industry. There are many mediaeval timber buildings in the town, one of which houses the Eden Valley Museum. Edenbridge has had four mills over the centuries, Haxted Mill and Honour's Mill on the River Eden, Christmas Mill on a tributary of the Eden, and a windmill to the south of the town. All four mill buildings survive, but now converted to other uses. The 13th century church dedicated to St Peter and St Paul contains a set of windows in the east wall by Sir Edward Burne-Jones. William Taillour (1406–83), Lord Mayor Of London in 1468 lived in Edenbridge Walter Galpin Alcock (1861–1947), organist and composer, was born in Edenbridge




P1020518.JPG Edenbridge "New" Town

2010-10-03T17:32:57Z

londonconstant has added a photo to the pool:

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Edenbridge, Kent, GB
Parish of Sevenoaks It is located on the Kent/Surrey border on the upper floodplain of the River Medway and gives its name to the latter's tributary, the River Eden. Edenbridge has a population of around 8,000.
he old part of the town grew along a section of the otherwise disused Roman road, the London to Lewes Way at the point where it crossed the river. Iron slag from iron smelting in the surrounding area was used in building the road. In the Middle Ages, it became a centre of the Wealden iron industry. There are many mediaeval timber buildings in the town, one of which houses the Eden Valley Museum. Edenbridge has had four mills over the centuries, Haxted Mill and Honour's Mill on the River Eden, Christmas Mill on a tributary of the Eden, and a windmill to the south of the town. All four mill buildings survive, but now converted to other uses. The 13th century church dedicated to St Peter and St Paul contains a set of windows in the east wall by Sir Edward Burne-Jones. William Taillour (1406–83), Lord Mayor Of London in 1468 lived in Edenbridge Walter Galpin Alcock (1861–1947), organist and composer, was born in Edenbridge




P1170711 Kent Barn Conversion

2012-03-01T09:05:55Z

londonconstant has added a photo to the pool:

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Kent, Edenbridge
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