Photo Gallery Tunbridge Wells

 

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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

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

Water:
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Fountains
Puddles

Rivers 1
Rivers 2
Rivers 3
Rivers 4
Surface Patterns

Weirs/Waterfalls

Calverley Gardens is a small but very pleasant and peaceful park, a welcome break from shopping. It is situated in Mount Pleasant Road, which is between Tunbridge Wells town centre and the railway station.

Calverley Gardens, Tunbridge Wells 1, tearoom

Calverley Gardens, Tunbridge Wells 2, view over tea room
Tea rooms, with extra tables and chairs in the bandstand

Calverley Gardens, Tunbridge Wells 3, shrubs

Calverley Gardens, Tunbridge Wells 4, shrubs and bedding

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Calverley Gardens, Tunbridge Wells 5, shrubs and bedding

Calverley Gardens, Tunbridge Wells 6, bowling green
Bowling green at top end of the gardens

Calverley Gardens, Tunbridge Wells 7, trees

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Calverley Gardens, Tunbridge Wells 8, grass slope and trees

The modern shopping area is at the higher end of the town, and the old town and The Pantiles are at the lower end, past the Railway Station. Many ancient buildings and much decoration on them to admire. Photos taken in March, but the area no doubt teeming in warmer summer weather.

The Pantiles

The Pantiles

The Pantiles

Sundial on Church of King Charles The Martyr Tunbridge Wells
Vertical sundial on side of Church of King Charles The Martyr, near The Pantiles
"Ye may waste but can not stop me. Alex Rae fecit."

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