The result of a Zeppelin dropping a bomb on Calverley Park on 13th October 1915.
Bottom of Tea Garden Lane near High Rocks in this undated picture.
Undated postcard of Dunorlan Lake.
On a nice Summer afternoon of the central part of Calverley Grounds showing the Tea Rooms
Tunbridge Wells Common digging air raid shelters September 1939
1838 Tunbridge Wells map down-loaded by John Simmonds Shows Calverley Grounds and Hotel amongst
The new Childrens' Adventure playground occupies the site of the disused bowling green since September
Calverley Park (no date). Etching originally uploaded by Jason Levett.
Image for timeline: First World War - Kent & Medway
Calverley Hotel on Crescent Road (no date)(now the Hotel du Vin)
315 A Zeppelin visited the North East Coast 1915
The exit from Calverley Park with Keston Lodge at Carr's Corner (no date).
Dawdon Colliery workshops and pit-head baths, photograph 1958. Helen and Edith Streets
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Bomb damage to a street in Birmingham after an air raid
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Members of 653 Squadron at RAF Penshurst on the occasion of the presentation of an Auster in memory of Bertram Dickson, 13 January 1944
Hugh Dowding - Memorial at Royal Tunbridge Wells.
An illustrated descriptive catalogue of the coleoptera or beetles (exclusive of the Rhynchophora) .
Times of Tonbridge 13th April 2016
12313 Unsealed suburban street with houses on each side from high elevation taken for Mascot Council
St Mary Magdalene, Walkeringham.jpg
Site of Penshurst Airfield.jpg
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The Moselle, Rheims and Calais
With a patrol plane as bait, fighter jets targeted radar sites
Royal Victoria Place - Entrance to Royal Victoria Place from Calverley Road
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Lorraine Park Cemetery Gate Lodge
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Sinking operations, Dawdon Colliery, c 1900.The houses of Watson Town are just
Boulton Paul Defiant night fighter N1671
Colt's Armory from an 1857 engraving viewed from the East
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13th July The next day Captain Fieldsend returns. 'I was nearly shot by one of our own men as no-one had come up that way before.
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A Flying Flea, similar to G-AEEW which crashed in 1936
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Piecing together fragments of the past, 72 years later
Pangbourne Avenue, the hospital gone – demolition finished? Workmen's office on the left with
Obituaries - Radley College
Martin B-26G-1-MA Marauder painted black for night reconnaissance missions of the 654th Bomb Squadron.
Finishing a time trial 1948 before going in the army.
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First views of Kensington Memorial Park from Pangbourne Avenue, October 2012
Manchester Regiment (3rd "Pals"), (February 27th) (killed by
Initially this looks like Dalton le Dale but isn't. Six foot high wall
Cats and Dogs in the Second World War
The peaceful St Quentin canal today. (2007)
The Memorial Park and St Charles Hospital tower, November 2012
Air Force News ~ May-Aug 1937 | United States Army Air Corps | Boeing B 17 Flying Fortress