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Chatham Docks Rope Walk - The ropewalk at Chatham Dockyard is still producing rope commercially, and the rope walk has an internal length of 1,135 ft (346 m). When it was constructed in 1790 it was the longest brick building in Europe. Before steam power was introduced in 1836, it took over 200 men to form and close a 20-inch (circumference) cable laid rope.[1] The rope walk is used to form and close the rope, these being the final stages in rope making

Chatham Docks Rope Walk - The ropewalk at Chatham Dockyard is still producing rope commercially, and the rope walk has an internal length of 1,135 ft (346 m). When it was constructed in 1790 it was the longest brick building in Europe. Before steam power was introduced in 1836, it took over 200 men to form and close a 20-inch (circumference) cable laid rope.[1] The rope walk is used to form and close the rope, these being the final stages in rope making

I went there and took photos but didn't realise it was called St. Mary's church in Chatham Kent, England.

I went there and took photos but didn't realise it was called St. Mary's church in Chatham Kent, England.

Waterstone's Book Store, Chatham, Kent

Waterstone's Book Store, Chatham, Kent

Les Mis (2012) | The Tarring Yarn House at the historic dockyard Chatham, England, served as Fantine's factory in Tom Hooper's Adaptation of the musical Les Misérables.

Les Mis (2012) | The Tarring Yarn House at the historic dockyard Chatham, England, served as Fantine's factory in Tom Hooper's Adaptation of the musical Les Misérables.

Hilltop view of Chatham

Hilltop view of Chatham

South Dock Pumping Station - Chatham Dockyard

South Dock Pumping Station - Chatham Dockyard

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