Creator: David Thickett
Introduction: Dover Castle on the south east coast of England has the longest recorded history of any in Britain. Three brick-lined casemate tunnels were excavated under the famous White Cliffs to house troops during the Napoleonic Wars. These tunnels housed Rear Admiral Ramsey’s headquarters for the evacuation from Dunkirk during World War II. The tunnels are partially presented as they would have been during that period.
Reference: David Thickett, ‘Corrosion protection for complex large equipment’, Big Stuff 2015
|Thickett, David. (2015). Corrosion protection for complex large equipment. Zenodo. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4087419|