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Dover Docks - Geograph - 144589.jpg
Dover Docks
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A2 at Dover

Here's my second nomination - the other end of the A2! :-) The Dover end this time, and not my picture - it was submitted by Brenley Corner, but since it is summer and we're all heading off on our holidays, I thought a photo of Dover Docks, the ferries and not one but 2 major roads (A2 and A20) would be apt.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jul 18, 2005 by Gareth Thomas
Dover U-Shaped Flyover - Coppermine - 7298.jpg
Dover U-Shaped Flyover

All the other entries have been bridges, so here's one with a twist?

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Aug 16, 2006 by Bryn666
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The final metres in Britain

The A2 down to the ferry port of Dover. What a marvellous piece of road to wave goodbye to Britain.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Aug 23, 2008 by firefly
A20 Dover - Coppermine - 17401.jpg
A20 Dover Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Mar 25, 2008 by Halstead
A20 Dover E-B - Coppermine - 1319.JPG
A20 Dover E-B

The A20 east-bound towards first roundabout at Dover.

OP Alex_A406 on 3/13/2005

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 23, 2005 by M4Simon
A2, Dover Docks - Coppermine - 22148.jpg
A2, Dover Docks

Junction at the bottom of Jubilee Way, Dover, Kent. Approaching from the A2; left is the A20, right is the ferry terminal.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on May 04, 2009 by Ritchie333
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' Originally uploaded to Coppermine on May 11, 2006 by Steven
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' Originally uploaded to Coppermine on May 11, 2006 by Steven
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' Originally uploaded to Coppermine on May 11, 2006 by Steven
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' Originally uploaded to Coppermine on May 11, 2006 by Steven
A2 & A20 roundabout - closer in view - Coppermine - 5897.JPG
A2 & A20 roundabout - closer in view

This is a closer-in view of the Eastern Docks Roundabout. Note the two Escape Lanes on the A2 (coming down from the top of the picture). One to the left of the road and one that heads into the centre of the roundabout

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on May 11, 2006 by Steven
A view of the Eastern Docks Roundabout, the Jubilee Way viaduct in the middle distance, and the large Eastern Docks in the background - Coppermine - 5896.JPG
A view of the Eastern Docks Roundabout, the Jubilee Way viaduct in the middle distance, and the large Eastern Docks in the background Originally uploaded to Coppermine on May 11, 2006 by Steven
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Dover in 1926. From MoT Road Map sheet 40, revised to 1925-26.
Marine Parade - Geograph - 1923107.jpg
Marine Parade at Dover Eastern Docks
Folkestone Road, Dover - Geograph - 50553.jpg
Folkestone Road, Dover
Lined with B.& B's. I know, because I stayed in one of them. The Castle (not a B.& B.) is up on the hill, straight ahead.
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Folkestone Road, Dover
Folkestone Road in Dover, with a pedestrian crossing. On the cliff in the background is Dover Castle.
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Park Street
A road with shops to the north side, from junction with High Street (left) and Priory Road (right).
Priory Road, Dover - Geograph - 822079.jpg
Priory Road, Dover
Looking along Priory Road from its junction with Norman Street. The distinctive building with the clock is the town hall.
Dover, Folkestone Road (B2011) - Geograph - 2267346.jpg
Dover, Folkestone Road (B2011)
B2011, Dover, Folkestone Road/Elms Vale Road roundabout
Saxon Shore Way - NDW, and A20 - Geograph - 1674272.jpg
Saxon Shore Way - NDW, and A20
The footpath in the foreground is part of the Saxon Shore Way, also the North Downs Way. Behind is the main road of the area, the A20 from Dover. Behind that is Shakespeare Cliff.
London Road, Buckland, Dover - Geograph - 2263943.jpg
London Road, Buckland, Dover
At its junction with Coombe Valley Road. Only the right hand carriageway of the road ahead was open to traffic as the left hand carriageway was cordoned off due to the laying of replacement sewer and gas mains. The converted mill building lies in Lorne Road.
Looking SW along the A258 - Geograph - 1654913.jpg
Looking SW along the A258
On a clear day the views of the French coast and the channel are very good from this point.
Looking NE along the A258 - Geograph - 1654909.jpg
Looking NE along the A258
The A2 Jubilee Way to Whitfield - Geograph - 2347014.jpg
The A2 Jubilee Way to Whitfield
This dual carriageway leads up from Dover and Dover Eastern Docks (and the ferries from France) towards a town on the outskirts of Dover. Then the road heads towards Canterbury and London.
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The A2 Jubilee Way
This dual carriageway leads from Canterbury down towards Dover Eastern Docks in Dover Harbour.
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Folkestone Road
Double decker bus 102 to New Romney climbing the hill out of Dover.
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A258 looking towards Dover
Dock Exit Road, Dover Eastern Docks - Geograph - 1985894.jpg
Dock Exit Road, Dover Eastern Docks
Cars just arrived by boat and leaving the port.
Access road into Dover Eastern Docks - Geograph - 1410477.jpg
Access road into Dover Eastern Docks
Viewed from the cliffs above the access road into Dover Eastern Docks is reminiscent of a Scalelectric track.
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Dover, Eastern Docks
Dover, Eastern Docks, Ramp A seen from North Exit Road
The Fan, Dover Eastern Docks - Geograph - 1999995.jpg
The Fan, Dover Eastern Docks
Entrance road to the port.
Two-aspect traffic signal at Dover Castle - Coppermine - 7920.JPG
Two-aspect traffic signal at Dover Castle

Two-aspect traffic signal at Dover Castle

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Sep 26, 2006 by ABE
The access tunnel to Samphire Hoe near Dover - Coppermine - 3753.JPG
The access tunnel to Samphire Hoe near Dover

This tunnel was dug to allow access to Shakespeare Cliff for the abortive consruction of the 1970s Channel Tunnel, and it was used again to access the working site for the present Channel Tunnel at the base of Shakespeare Cliff. The spoil dug from the tunnel was used to create a new tract of land about 0.5km deep and 1.5km long; it has been designated a nature reserve and is open to the public for leisure such as walking or fishing The area is accessed through this same single-track tunnel.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Oct 16, 2005 by Brenley Corner
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July 1973, Road Schemes

More schemes announced, postponed, announced, postponed, announced.......

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Aug 31, 2008 by SteveA30
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Going Abroad

How to reach Dover in the 70's

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Feb 27, 2008 by SteveA30
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Blocked

Showing the A25 in its former role as a London Southern bypass. Didn't start at the A30 though.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Feb 27, 2008 by SteveA30
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London bottleneck

Ways through or round it. The A12 route presumably meant for the Dartford Tunnel.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Feb 27, 2008 by SteveA30
Walking along the National Cycle Route 2 (C) David Anstiss - Geograph - 2290554.jpg
Walking along the National Cycle Route 2 (C) David Anstiss
This track carries a bridleway and National Cycle Network Route 2 along the North Downs towards Folkestone, from Dover.
The Round Downs are on the left.
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Dover, Ladywell
Dover, Ladywell, Maison Dieu.