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Description: Access Road, Underpass and Retaining Walls from Court Stairs to Western Undercliff
Date Listed: 4 February 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 172076
OS Grid Reference: TR3676364106
OS Grid Coordinates: 636763, 164106
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3267, 1.3970
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RAMSGATE WESTERN UNDERCLIFF
TR 3664 SE
Access road, underpass and retaining walls. 1926. Faced with Pulhamite.
Serpentine road about 150 metres long forming a chine in the cliff face
about 2-3 metres deep. The Pulhamite formed into naturalistic stratified
rock formations and rock gardens, with 'crazy paving' road surface, and
forming an arched underpass below Royal Esplanade. Part of Westcliff
improvements 1924-26, under direction of Sir John Burnet and Partners
and the Borough Engineer, executed by J. Pulham and Sons.
Listing NGR: TR3676364106
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Source: English Heritage
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