Apologies again, again & again for some of the sites going down.This is a server issue of which I have no control, however, the long term plan is as from January 2013, to allow my accounts with these dodgy ISPs to lapse, & and then start again with better ISPs..as most contracts are for 2 years, I HAVE 1,000 SPAM A WEEK, I CAN'T SEE WOOD FROM TREES, FACE BOOK ME, Stephen Johnson (Cyberheritage) Here is a very high res scan of STONEHOUSE POOL, MOUNT WISE and THE SIGNAL STATION, enjoy the details.
SOME IMAGES ARE UP TO 12MB, SO YOU CAN GUESS THE QUALITY!! MY AIM IS TO GIVE YOU A CD, EASY TO USE, THAT WILL GIVE YOU HOURS & HOURS OF INTEREST & PLEASURE AS YOU PRINT OUT THE STUNNING IMAGES TO BIG SIZE... ALL CDs CONTAIN DOZENS OF QUALITY HISTORICAL IMAGES.Moving along we have a cracking photo of MARSH MILLS in PLYMOUTH showing the LAIRA BATTERY and EFFORT FORT.Both now largely overgrown, but intact especially below ground, you can easily see the strategic location of these fortification works. Then a very detailed and busy image of MOUNT WISE, DEVONPORT, PLYMOUTH showing that once it was public swimming pool area , which it still is, but not looking like this!Very high photographs of ORESTON RAILWAY STATION and YEALMPTON RAILWAY STATION c 1950s, early 1960s.A look at the wartime visit of GENERAL DEGAULLE to PLYMOUTH and his visit to the Surcouf and the only land based, UK, action of WORLD WAR 2.SO YOU ONLY MIGHT PAY 9.99 FOR 3 OR 4 SITES ALL ON THE ONE CD!! SO 3 OR 4 "CDs" FROM THE LIST BELOW MAY ONLY COST 9.99 AS I CAN FIT THEM ON A SINGLE DISC.. HAVED CONTINUALLY MAXED OUT THE SERVER BANDWIDTHS AND I HAVE BEEN AXED FROM MY WEB SPACE PROVIDERS TIME & TIME AGAIN!WITH LUCK - YOU DECIDE WHAT YOU WANT - ORDER A CUSTOM CONTENT CD! , SO I SHIFT AND SHIFT AGAIN, SO IF ANY LINKS TO IMAGES DO NOT WORK, LET ME KNOW, IT`S NOT EASY RE-UPLOADING THIS LOT!!Recently a hoard of WORLD WAR 2 no 76 SIP grenades were found in busy Plymouth, that cased traffic chaos......here.I am putting most of my new stuff, and there is LOADS!!!Check it out, you don't need to belong to Face Book.First of all a stunning tribute to our Veterans of D Day and all other theatres by Wes Ashton who has the SHADOWS OF OUR PAST Facebook page, well worth a visit. This image below is to me, one of the best, if not the best I have ever seen on this theme.