Dover Then & Now
Dover has been the gateway to England for over 3,000 years and each generation has left its mark on the town.
From the Bronze Age boat to the Channel Tunnel, from the Napoleonic Wars to the Cold War, and from Henry VIII’s harbour to the immense Eastern Docks, Dover is full of history. In this book the town’s busy maritime centre, seafront and architecture have been captured in a series of fascinating historical photographs, each compared with a modern photograph of the same scene today.
These photographs, together with the authors’ well-researched captions, will inform and entertain residents and visitors to Dover alike.