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Caption for Weymouth, The Nothe 1898: Weymouth's importance as a naval anchorage meant that it was heavily defended until relatively modern times. At the time this photograph was taken, the fort on the Nothe was equipped with quick-firing guns, searchlights and accommodation for a battalion of soldiers.

An extract from Weymouth Photographic Memories.

Memories of Weymouth

I have great memories of Weymouth, we used to stay just outside Weymouth at Moonfleet Manor. My parents first stayed there just after the 2nd world war, it was a complimentary holiday after a double booking at blackpool. The owners had just purchased Moonfleet and turned it into a hotel as it was used as a hospital for the (...Read full memory)

My mum and dad had their annual holidays in Weymouth in the late 1950s through to the middle 1960s. My dad worked at Vauxhall Motors in Luton but always went on the train as he did not own a car! My earlist memories of visiting Weymouth was of standing in the corridor of the steam train waiting to get the first glimpse of (...Read full memory)

Weymouth is the venue for the Wessex Folk Festival which this year attracted may Morris Sides from around England. We took turns to perform over the three day festival in June and most of the music and dancing was alongside the boats moored downstream from the bridge. I brought my accordian and played in the (...Read full memory)

I first visited Weymouth in 1948 with my mother, father, brother Terry and sister Joan. We travelled down from Chesterfield in Derbyshire in dad's pre-war Morris 8 saloon, and camped at Waterside in Bowleaze Cove, which was then owned by Mr. A.H.Pheby. We were amazed at our first view of Weymouth and (...Read full memory)

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