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My Isobel is a working boat. It is shown here on the floor of Folkestone harbour at low tide.
Folkestone is located where the southern edge of the North Downs, escarpment meets the sea. Until the 19th century Folkestone remained a small fishing community with a seafront that was continually battered by storms and encroaching shingle that made it hard to land boats. In 1807 an Act of Parliament was passed to build a pier and harbour which was built by Thomas Telford in 1809.

A B&W image from a different angle was posted previously. B& W different view

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