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April 16th in history:

On April 16th, 2004, the cruise ship Queen Mary 2 began its first trans-Atlantic crossing from England to New York.

The sinking of the Titanic in 1912… 63 more words

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Microplastic ingestion in fish larvae in the western English Channel

Microplastics have been documented in marine environments worldwide, where they pose a potential risk to biota. Environmental interactions between microplastics and lower trophic organisms are poorly understood. 162 more words


Six migrants rescued from sinking boat in English Channel while trying to reach Dover in thick fog

The UK Maritime and Coastguard Agency asssited with the operation CREDIT: ANDREW MILLIGAN/PA

4 APRIL 2017 • 10:31AM

Six Iranian migrants have been rescued from a sinking boat as they attempted to cross the English Channel. 241 more words

Seaside scenes

A few pictures from Deal on the English Channel coast

This one with my old Rollei…


Happy to SEA you!

Today I have never felt so English.  I wore my red dress (on accident, I admit) for Red Nose Day (a huge day of fundraising in the UK), made my own tea (WITH THE MILK AND EVERYTHING) twice during school and once when I got home, and took a walk by the sea to watch the sunset.   1,065 more words

Herm Island B&F #75 (1961)

Herm Island is one of the Channel Islands and part of the Parish of St. Peter Port in the Bailiwick of Guernsey. It is located in the English Channel, north-west of France and south of England and is 1.5 miles (2.4 kilometers) long and under 0.5 miles (0.80 km) wide; orientated north-south, with several stretches of sand along its northern coast. 5,373 more words

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Isle of Jethou B&F #10 (1961)

The Isle of Jethou lies somewhat centrally in the Channel Islands three miles east of Guernsey and 500 yards south of Herm Island. Unlike the largely autonomous islands of Sark and Alderney within the Bailiwick, Jethou is administered entirely by the States of Guernsey, and elects members to the States of Deliberation as part of the St. 1,933 more words

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