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Buildings - Kent

Dave Godden | Church House Loose

Church House Loose

A Grade II listed building and once thought to be the vicarage for the church opposite Church House in Loose near Maidstone in Kent dates mainly from the late 15th and early 16th centuries with later sympathetic additions. It has been in the current families ownership for at least three generations. Painterly effect added to enhance the image.
Dave Godden | Charing Hill Mill

Charing Hill Mill

The Grade II listed smock mill on top of the North Downs at Charing in Kent UK is also known as Old Mill and Field Mill. It appears on the 1821 map and was last worked in 1897 and converted into a dwelling before the Second World War. A public footpath runs through the grounds affording great views of this externally complete mill. The hill is still rising at this point leading to the gradient on the foreground.
Dave Godden | Dungeness Power Station At Sundown

Dungeness Power Station At Sundown

Dungeness Nuclear Power Stations A and B in Kent UK as the sun sets.
Dave Godden | Opera House

Opera House

Built in 1901 in Tunbridge Wells Kent, UK, the Opera House was a theatre through most of it's life before coming into the ownership of the pub chain Weatherspooons. Combined long exposure images to delete a large number of passers by. It combines the style of English Baroque with Classical Georgian. Not suitable for wrapped canvas.
Dave Godden | Mill House and Mill, Rolvendenimage

Mill House and Mill, Rolvendenimage

Rolvenden Windmill stands atop a small rise beside the road to Benenden in Kent UK, next to Mill House.
Dave Godden | St Margarets Bay, Mermaid Cottage

St Margarets Bay, Mermaid Cottage

Mermaid Cottage nestles beneath the white chalk cliffs at the east end of St Margarets Bay. Previously called White Cliffs it was owned by Noel Coward until 1954 when Ian Fleming of James Bond fame bought it and based some locations from many of the 007 books nearby.
Dave Godden | Old Barn At Luddenham

Old Barn At Luddenham

An old wooden framed barn on the marshes at Luddenham near Faversham in Kent, UK. Its corrugated iron panels rusting silently away as crops and wild flowers surround it and its narrow lane winding into nowhere.
Dave Godden | Herne Bay Pier

Herne Bay Pier

Herne Bay Pier was the third pier to be built at Herne Bay, Kent for passenger steamers. It was notable for its length of 3,787 feet. It was destroyed in a storm in 1978 and dismantled in 1980, leaving a stub with sports centre at the landward end, and part of the landing stage isolated at sea.
Dave Godden | Rootes Reflected

Rootes Reflected

The Art Deco building of Rootes Car Dealership fronting onto the mill pond of the River Len which flows into the River Medway in Maidstone in Kent UK.
Dave Godden | Old Town Hall Maidstone

Old Town Hall Maidstone

The old town hall still holds the original court room and cells and is occasionally open to the public. Taken using a long exposure to eliminate most of the pedestrians in this are of Maidstone High Street and Bank Street.
Dave Godden | All Saints Church and Archbishops Palace

All Saints Church and Archbishops Palace

Two components of the collegiate complex of buildings in Maidstone in Kent, UK reflected in the River Medway using a long exposure to smooth the water and clouds. Archbishops Palace is now Maidstone Councils Registry Office.
Dave Godden | Martello 15

Martello 15

Of the 74 Martello towers built in Kent and Sussex to defend against the never arriving Napoleon less than half survive. Martello 15 and (in the distance here) Martello 14 are within the bounds of the Briitsh Army Ranges at Hythe in Kent but accessible when there are no red flags flying.
Dave Godden | Davidson's Mill

Davidson's Mill

This is Davidson's Mill, a smock mill at Stelling Minnis high on the North Downs in Kent. Still operated and fully restored it was the last operated windmill in Kent when in the course of business. Here in black and white to highlight the bleak cloud front just behind the mill in this view.
Dave Godden | Davidsons Mill

Davidsons Mill

This is Davidson's Mill, a smock mill at Stelling Minnis high on the North Downs in Kent. Still operated and fully restored it was the last operated windmill in Kent when in the course of business. Here in black and white to highlight the bleak cloud front just behind the mill in this view.
Dave Godden | Penshurst Place In The Winter Sun

Penshurst Place In The Winter Sun

As the winter sun sets over Penshurst in Kent, the golden sandstone of the ancient manor of Penshurst Place residence of many generations of Stanley's reacts and reflects the colours of the sun. Taken from a public footpath.
Dave Godden | Prints In The Sand

Prints In The Sand

The prints of one man and his dog in the sand under the arches of the promenade at Sunny Sands beach at Folkestone in Kent UK
Dave Godden | The Road To The Lighthouse

The Road To The Lighthouse

The road to Dungeness LIghthouse, currently operating as can be seen in the image take late evening. The dwellings on the right of the road are made from old railway carriages and The Britannia public house on the left serves the community in this desolate part of Kent.
Dave Godden | Upper Mill Pond Wateringbury

Upper Mill Pond Wateringbury

The Upper Mill Pond at Wateringbury in Kent, UK. Surrounded by period cottages and the converted Upper Mill building, oast houses and Old Mill Cottage this is a tranquil oasis.
Dave Godden | Upper Mill Pond Wateringbury

Upper Mill Pond Wateringbury

The Upper Mill Pond at Wateringbury in Kent, UK. Surrounded by period cottages and the converted Upper Mill building, oast houses and Old Mill Cottage this is a tranquil oasis.
Dave Godden | Upper Mill Pond Wateringbury

Upper Mill Pond Wateringbury

The Upper Mill Pond at Wateringbury in Kent, UK. Surrounded by period cottages and the converted Upper Mill building, oast houses and Old Mill Cottage this is a tranquil oasis.
Dave Godden | Upper Street Rusthall

Upper Street Rusthall

The area of Denny Bottom at Rusthall Common on the outskirts of Tunbridge Wells in Kent is home to some delightful Victorian Cottages snuggled amongst rugged sandstone outcrops of which Toad Rock is the most famous. Loaf Rock sits now hemmed in by the cottages of Upper Street.