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Patterns:
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Places:
Blue Bell Hill
Chatham
Crossness Engines
Crossness Ironwork

Eastbourne
Gravesend
Greenwich
Greenwich Cutty Sark
Hastings
Maidstone
Margate, Herne Bay xxx& Swalecliffe
Orpington
Otford & Shoreham
Ramsgate
Rochester 1
Rochester 2
Southend
Sheerness
Stockwood Park
Toad Rock
Tonbridge
Tunbridge Wells
Whitstable

Plants:
Autumn Leaves
Bluebell
Campanula 1
Campanula 2
Campanula 3
Daffodil Heads
Daffodil Groups
Fuchsia 1
Fuchsia 2
Lilac
Moss
Pansy Heads Cool
Pansy Heads Warm
Pansy Groups
Prunus Pink
Prunus White
  Sunflower
Tulip Heads 1
Tulip Heads 2
Tulip Groups

Weather:
Dawn
Frost & Ice
Sky 1 Warm
Sky 2 Cool
Sky 3 Stormy
Snow
Sunset
Weather Effects

Water:
Drops
Fountains
Puddles

Rivers 1
Rivers 2
Rivers 3
Rivers 4
Surface Patterns

Weirs/Waterfalls

Ramsgate (Remmesgate, Ramisgate in 1225, and Ramesgate in 1357) comes from hraefn geat "raven's gap" (i.e. gap in the cliffs), or possibly referring to a man of surname Hraefn. This is where St Augustine landed in 597, sent on a mission by Pope Gregory the Great to re-establish Christianity in Britain, after the invasion of the pagan Angles and Saxons in the 5th century.

Ramsgate harbour 1

Ramsgate harbour 2

Ramsgate harbour 3

Ramsgate harbour 4

Harbour lighthouse  Historic ship

Beach near Victoria Parade
Beach near Victoria Parade

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Cliff on Marina Parade  Decorative brickwork

Wellington Crescent Lift
Wellington Crescent Lift, built in 1912, and refurbished and reopened in 1999 www.theheritagetrail.co.uk/cliff_trams/ramsgate_lifts.htm

Ramsgate beach and harbour wall

Water garden at Maderia Walk
Water garden on Madeira Walk, all visible from the street and backed by a small area of green

Waterfall at Madeira Walk

Rock formation on Madeira Walk
Madeira Walk

Rock flowers 1  Rock flowers 2  Rock flowers 3  Rock flowers 4
Heat loving flowers growing among the huge rocks down Madeira Walk, the brilliance of their colours is barely represented in these photos

Sailors' Church on Military Road  Sailors' Church porch
Sailors' Church on Military Road and church porch

Houses in Paragon
Paragon

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