Tuesday, 16 October 2018

Some old Thanet pictures and a moan about the council

Once again seeing the Ramsgate Harbour Crosswall bridge was down I enthusiastically headed out towards it armed with filled (cheese salad) a roll from Rooks in King Street.

The repairs to the the harbour gates and the bridge are interesting and I think there have been issues, delays and technical problems, but essentially if the information was available to the public, then a tourist attraction.

  I think we have now reached the point where there is a tape preventing people getting to the lookout post there so that the council worker there is no longer in a position to be able to tell us that he doesn't know what's going on either.

It is us the Thanet council taxpayers that put up the money, I think that Ramsgate Royal Harbour is one of the most significant tourist attractions in Kent.

Oh well here is the link to the rest of the photos

Work wise today I have been fixing a creak in floor by my desk with a little help from coworkers this should also involve building more bookshelving.

Lots of books went out on the shelves today too here is the link to the photos of them.

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