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Connaught Barracks, Dover from the air

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aerial photograph of Connaught Barracks, Dover Kent England UK. Built in 1913 during the first world war, Connaught Barracks were initially used for the transshipment of troops over the Channel. The barracks were rebuilt in 1962 and were in use until 2006 when they were disposed of by the MOD.. The barracks were demolished shortly after this photo was taken and the site is now a housing project.

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