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  1. 1. Nobelrestaurant La V 01 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr 2. Nobelrestaurant La V 02 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr 3. Nobelrestaurant La V 03 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr 4. Nobelrestaurant La V 04 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr 5. Nobelrestaurant La V 05 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr 6. Nobelrestaurant La V 06 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr 7. Nobelrestaurant La V 07 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr 8. Nobelrestaurant La V 08 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr 9. Nobelrestaurant La V 09 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr 10. Nobelrestaurant La V 10 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr
  2. For years we passed..for years we waited..for the grace of the good lord we welcome you into... "Ye Old Crow" We visited this little treasure both solo...above is a mix of both our pics..i hope you enjoy this little beauty
  3. Well what can I say! its a miracle im actually doing a report and letting PS have a break Armed with our list of places to see this was second and after the hangmans hunting lodge we as you can imagine were "on one" so to speak! As we drove past we caught a glimpse of her ... with in minutes were parked, bags on back and inside...This place is a must for anyone in the area..the architecture is simply stunning...as you can imagine we took masses of pics so heres a selection of our favourites from both of us..i hope you enjoy her as we did.. That's all for now folks!
  4. Did this originally in 2010 and have visited many times,my first report all that time ago i had just got my dslr and tbh the pics where gash and due to it becoming not doable when i saw some pics pop up thought it would be rude not to go down and capture the place again! Visited with UrbanGinger and Spaveinvader..Big thanks to UG for the leg up as i was slipping in comedy style .. At St Margaret's Bay there is the underground deep shelter for St Margarets 5.5" Battery. This site was the first one to use the unrotated projectile known as the Z - Rocket which was a anti - aircraft (AA) weapon. It was officially known as a UP or unrotated projectile. It was not particularly accurate, but the thinking was that if fired in large enough amounts an enemy plane just might get hit Just a quick pop back be rude not too
  5. visited with wevsky, troglodyte ,peach, silver rainbow, oliver gt and one flew east a little history... At St Margaret's Bay there is the underground deep shelter for St Margarets 5.5" Battery. This site was the first one to use the unrotated projectile known as the Z - Rocket which was a anti - aircraft (AA) weapon. It was officially known as a UP or unrotated projectile. It was not particularly accurate, but the thinking was that if fired in large enough amounts an enemy plane just might get hit! on with the pics ..... Thanks for looking
  6. Visited with Wevsky and Superwide, my 1st underground explore experience, thoroughly enjoyed, bit of history on the site, Situated on the cliffs above St. Margaret's Bay is the site of a four gun, 5.5" battery that was one of the earliest of the protective emplacements that were rapidly established along this vulnerable area of the Kent coastline during the early years of the Second World War, these guns had been removed from the secondary armament of HMS Hood in the period 1935 - 1940. In the case of St. Margaret's Battery, the guns involved were all manufactured by the Coventry Ordnance Works. Manned by 411 Battery, part of 540 Coast Defence Regiment, the limited range of these weapons (less than 18,000 yards) meant that it rapidly became 'redundant' as a Coast Defence battery as the more powerful and flexible 6" weapons at Fan Hole Battery were commissioned. This led to the site becoming a training battery, until eventually the idea was hit on of establishing a 'flashing battery' here. Because of its exposed location near the edge of the cliff, any gun flash from here was fully visible from the occupied French coastline - this meant that when an enemy convoy was sited the 'flashing battery' could pretend to open fire using special charges, thus causing the ships to change course away from the expected danger and into the range of the (hidden behind reverse slopes) big guns at South Foreland and Wanstone. (History borrowed with kind permission of Kent Hstory Forum) And on with my pics, not the best in the world owing to my Point n shoot camera but now Im getting into this I think Im gonna go invest in a "real" camera ! 1st A pic of the site as it was "Back in the day" Looking back at the entrance and the hole of death And a few of the interior And last but not least a bit of original grafitti My Thanks for taking the time to view my pics and hopefully they will improve in the Future
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