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Swanage Coastguard Hut
England

This is a view from Peveril Point, Swanage over the sea. To the left is a coastguard hut. Was a lookout point during World War II. Taken March 2012.

Copyright: Al Dunn
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Загружена: 21/06/2012
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Tags: swanage; uk; sea; lookout; lifeboat; harbour; harbor; panorama; coastguard; peveril point
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