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    Outdoor interpretation panels for the National Trust in Dover, UK, visualising local man-made structures which have largely disappeared over time… Read More
    Outdoor interpretation panels for the National Trust in Dover, UK, visualising local man-made structures which have largely disappeared over time, including a gun battery, prison, army barracks, aerial coal-transporting runway and an army hospital. Additional panels for Quebec House, Westerham, Kent, UK. Read Less
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Interpretation panels for the National Trust
White Cliffs, Dover, Kent, UK
An editied selection from a series of interpretation panels placed on two sites. In the case of the Dover panels only traces of the original man-made structures remain today. The Dover project included the research, design - using the new National Trust branding - and illustration of the panels. The cutaway images are based on the research, a site visit and contemporary photographs. Some aspects of the illustrations are conjecture formed from the limited information that is available. The remaining panels were for Quebec House, Westerham.