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Save old Weymouth and Portland (SOWAP): Fascinating map of North Quay old Weymouth pre the WPBC monstrosity - (so pleased to find out they are finally knocking down the ugly place, built on corruption) I can still remember the old houses before the WPBC offices went up

Save old Weymouth and Portland (SOWAP): Fascinating map of North Quay old Weymouth pre the WPBC monstrosity - (so pleased to find out they are finally knocking down the ugly place, built on corruption) I can still remember the old houses before the WPBC offices went up

To honor D-Day here's the specs and loading breakdown for the landing craft that hit the beaches - Landing Craft, Vehicle, Personnel (LCVP) aka: "Higgins Boats"

To honor D-Day here's the specs and loading breakdown for the landing craft that hit the beaches - Landing Craft, Vehicle, Personnel (LCVP) aka: "Higgins Boats"

Weymouth, Dorset. 1-5 June 1944. American troops waiting to board transports in preparation for the allied invasion of Normandy//Robert Capa

Weymouth, Dorset. 1-5 June 1944. American troops waiting to board transports in preparation for the allied invasion of Normandy//Robert Capa

Then and now... Highland Regiment of Canada, Southampton Town Quay, loading for D-Day,  1944 - 2014 (© Canadian Archive picture)

Then and now... Highland Regiment of Canada, Southampton Town Quay, loading for D-Day, 1944 - 2014 (© Canadian Archive picture)

"D" Day preparations. Overhead shot showing part of the huge invasion fleet: Landing Craft, Tanks (LCTs) fully loaded and camouflaged. Photographer:Frank L. Dubervill

"D" Day preparations. Overhead shot showing part of the huge invasion fleet: Landing Craft, Tanks (LCTs) fully loaded and camouflaged. Photographer:Frank L. Dubervill

Construction of Mulberry Harbours, Weymouth, April 1944 A25792 - Mulberry harbour - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Construction of Mulberry Harbours, Weymouth, April 1944 A25792 - Mulberry harbour - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The recent discovery of the grave of an ancient soldier is challenging accepted wisdom among archaeologists

This 3,500-Year-Old Greek Tomb Upended What We Thought We Knew About the Roots of Western Civilization

The recent discovery of the grave of an ancient soldier is challenging accepted wisdom among archaeologists

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