Wednesday, 8 August 2018

Ramsgate and Margate pictures

should expand if you click on the photo, this is where the pavilion was built in 1903








Today
 around the harbour gates the floating crane seemed immobile
 while the land crane was dangling some sort of floating cage contraption



I suppose the lump of masonry hanging off the top of the clockhouse means it is dangerous to use the eastern hard for doing things to the bottom of boats and the old hoverpad is being used instead 

1 comment:

  1. That "floating cage contraption" was my home. Bloody Council regulations.

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