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A look at the wartime visit of GENERAL DEGAULLE to PLYMOUTH and his visit to the Surcouf and the only land based, UK, action of WORLD WAR 2.
Now Andy is flying over Wales and we have Porth, the Severn Bridge, the Ramsey Island rapids...2....3....4, Gorllewin Cymru Island, HMS Monmouth returns to "Gus".is it "Guz" - Devonport & passes Drakes Island & Western Kings....2, HMS Raleigh at Trevol.
Here is 1968 photo of Plymouth City Centre taken from Cattedown and Victoria Wharves.
Peter of "Submerged Productions" was a huge inspiration to me in the late 1980s and early 1990s through his videos and fantastic "Wreckers Guide" books.
Peter inspired me and a host of others including my then very young son, Dom.Te original scan is 40mb, too big to host here, but this shrunk version is still pretty good.The top photo is the very high res one, the 2 smaller ones are too give you a taste. Web space issues continue, but with rising costs for web space, most of my material now goes up on my FACEBOOK page where I can upload loads for free!Peter was a great guy, a helper, a do-er, he really loved and lived heritage. Without the support and influence of Peter, it is very probable that Cyberheritage would never have been born.