Pictorial Aerial Photographs around Plymouth-England~Taken from 2,000 feet down to 250 feet (High Quality 6 cm sq. negative/Hasselblad)
click above to sample quality of site images ~"defense de sampler la Bride tres melancholy de Rame!"...Oh, go on then!
another "content over style" heritage web page from Steve Johnson`s www.cyberheritage.co.uk
firstname.lastname@example.org - use these images freely - all taken by me and given to Public Domain to aid research, schools, and local history ~ all taken during 1980-1982 ~ a 100 MB downloadable content site ~ maximum size of image 350k jpeg. HI-RESOLUTION images available on CD - just mail me, see main site link above for Alderney aerials.
Dartmoor and the areas around Princetown, Two Bridges, Postbridge, Powder Mills - Public Footpath erosion at Hay Tor, Periglaciation at Cox Tor, the China Clay workings at Lee Moor, Burrator Reservoir
Around the City of Plymouth, Plymouth Hoe, The Barbican, Millbay Docks, Stonehouse, Stoke, Devonport, Laira, Milehouse, Drake`s Island, Mutley, Mannamead, Estover, Ernesettle, Royal William Yard, Devil`s Point - etc
The Maker with Rame Peninsula, Penlee Point, Rame Head, Amory Bight, Crafthole, Portwrinkle, Downderry, Cawsand and Kingsand, Mount Edgecumbe, Cremyll, Torpoint, Wilcove, Millbrook, Southdown, The Tamar Estuary, Trevol and St. John`s Lake, the Eddystone Lighthouse - PLUS " The Melancholy Bride of Rame Church " if you love Rame, you`ll love this!
"Far above the Clouds" Steve Johnson`s "Cyberheritage" original aerial page of views of Plymouth, Rame, Penlee, Plymouth Sound, Dartmoor, South Hams, Bigbury, Salcombe, Erme and Avon estuaries - and much more - taken on 35mm colour slide and negative stock from 1975 to 1981~an additional 50MB site
link to another 100 plus sites like this - all with huge amount of useful and print-out-able downloadable content! www.cyberheritage.co.uk
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