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Villages of Kent Photographic Memories

Villages of Kent Photographic Memories

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Caption for Southfleet, Village C1960: This village stands near?Watling Street, three miles south-west of Gravesend. It gained its name from a river passage that once reached it from the Thames at Northfleet. The attractive 14th-century church here is worth a visit for the octagonal font inscribed with the signs of the zodiac. The timber-framed house in front of the church is 16th-century. On the left, in the foreground, is the Ship Inn. The gardens at Spring Head gained a reputation for watercress growing.

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