Samphire Hoe Country Park :: Shared Description

Found at the bottom of a section of the White Cliffs of Dover to the West of Dover, the park was created using 4.9 million cubic metres of chalk marl from the Channel Tunnel excavations.

The park is accessed by car, foot or bicycle through a dark narrow tunnel off the A20.
by Oast House Archive
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22 images use this description:

TR2838 : Sea wall and Path at Samphire Hoe Country Park by Oast House Archive
TR2838 : Samphire Hoe Country Park by Oast House Archive
TR2939 : Samphire Hoe Tower by Oast House Archive
TR2938 : Samphire Hoe Country Park by Oast House Archive
TR2938 : Samphire Hoe Country Park by Oast House Archive
TR2939 : Samphire Hoe Tunnel, South End by Oast House Archive
TR2939 : Samphire Hoe Tunnel, South End by Oast House Archive
TR2939 : Samphire Hoe Tunnel, North End by Oast House Archive
TR2939 : Samphire Hoe Country Park by Oast House Archive
TR2939 : Samphire Hoe Tunnel, South End by Oast House Archive
TR2939 : Samphire Hoe Country Park, Visitor Centre by Oast House Archive
TR2939 : Samphire Hoe by David Anstiss
TR3039 : The North Downs Way on Shakespeare Cliff by David Anstiss
TR2939 : Norths Downs Way on Round Down by David Anstiss
TR2939 : Round Car parks of Samphire Hoe Country Park by David Anstiss
TR2939 : Ventilation building on Samphire Hoe by David Anstiss
TR2939 : Observation Post over Samphire Hoe by David Anstiss
TR2839 : Cliffs above Samphire Hoe by David Anstiss
TR2939 : Samphire Hoe by N Chadwick
TR2938 : Samphire Hoe by Oast House Archive
TR2939 : Samphire Hoe by Barry Hunter
TR2939 : Samphire Hoe by Barry Hunter


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Created: Thu, 8 Apr 2010, Updated: Sun, 11 Apr 2010

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