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Inside Churchill's secret tunnels: Passages under White Cliffs of Dover opened for first time in 40 years

A labyrinth of forgotten Second World War tunnels built beneath the White Cliffs of Dover on Winston Churchill’s orders have revealed glimpses of wartime life. 869 more words


Jack reblogged this on Universal Journal Review.

Give Me Flowers

A few weeks after moving into the new flat, something was missing and that was of course, a beautiful bunch of flowers! So this is what I came up with a the florist. 34 more words


The White Cliffs of Beachy Head

I reached the point when an early morning at Victoria station feels like home: I spot people right away in front of WHSmith, buying the train tickets and journey treats feels like an old routine, after which we jump on the train to head towards an unknown destination. 2,034 more words


The White Cliffs of Dover

The cliffs, the cliffs.

Historically iconic, the cliffs, for all of British history has been the last thing seen leaving home and the first sight coming back, especially during the great World Wars. 727 more words


A smooth crossing...

… from Calais …

… across the Strait of Dover …

… towards the white cliffs.

This post is dedicated to my British friend Anne, who has golden hair and a heart of gold to match.