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HM Submarines Orpheus and Narwhal are seen here in 1975. Am amazing image here c1970s of Plymstock Cement Works - this scene is now 100% gone!I am very sad to record the passing of Plymouth wreck diver and historian, Peter Mitchell at the young age of 68.Check it out, you don't need to belong to Face Book.First of all a stunning tribute to our Veterans of D Day and all other theatres by Wes Ashton who has the SHADOWS OF OUR PAST Facebook page, well worth a visit. This image below is to me, one of the best, if not the best I have ever seen on this theme.on Facebook, as is free, and I have run out of web space, check it out here CYBERHERITAGE FACE BOOK PAGE Hundreds of new images..for today, a hi res image of DEVONPORT MOUNT WISE, in its prime, SIGNAL COTTAGE at WESTERN KINGS, STONEHOUSE, PLYMOUTH in 1971, thanks to Rob Legge, PENLEE POINT FOGHORN, ELECTRIC LIGHT, AND OBSERVATION POST, again 1971 and thanks to Rob Legge - both very hi res.
Alternative scan here and a lovely wild orchid growing on site is here. The two sailing vessel photos are from the CD collections, (see below notices), sample images can be downloaded by clicking on them - about 1.2mb WANTED: IMAGES OF LEIGHAM MANOR (aka Tecalemit House), MARSH MILLS, COYPOOL -any time until the mid 1980s & PENLEE & RAME CHURCH COASTAL DEFENCE BATTERIES up to and incl 1970s PLUS anything at all about the Van Dike rock club in Plymouth, posters and gig photos. We have had two Gulf Wars, 9/11, Lady Di`s death, my son becoming a man, meeting my wife - becoming grandparents, myself ageing, wrinkles, grey hair , the death of my mother, and now my father, two Grandsons born - so this is time....Te original scan is 40mb, too big to host here, but this shrunk version is still pretty good.The top photo is the very high res one, the 2 smaller ones are too give you a taste. Web space issues continue, but with rising costs for web space, most of my material now goes up on my FACEBOOK page where I can upload loads for free!Great images here of Plymouth's Efford Fort, before it was all overgrown, large calibre artillery on the range at Staddon Heights in 1908 (now golf course).the mound on the left one of the still existing rifle firing positions facing the still there Butt, Jennycliff Cafe c pre 1960s?built within the gun positions of Lord Howard's Battery & a super shot of the chequerboard paint work on Plymouth's Breakwater Fort, so painted so it would not be shot it by mistake by our own fleet and own coastal batteries, so an early hi-vis job! Andy Amor has been flying over Devon and Cornwall, lots of lovely aerials here: River Exe showing Parson & Clerk at Dawlish/Teignmouth, Dawlish Warren, Starcross and Exmouth...2, Goonhilly Earth Station, Bude...2, Tintagel..2..., Portwrinkle, Perranporth, Watergate Bay, Camel Estuary.