Hastings in Sussex, UK by Howard Somerville with the remains of Hastings Castle built soon after 1066 by William of Normandy, I am talking rubbish that is the 14th century St Clement's Church not the Castle, derr!
A WW1 submarine with a hull number of U-118 was found washed ashore on the beach at Hastings, Sussex, England. After the surrender of Germany, its towing cable snapped as it was being towed to France for dismantling.
St.Leonards-on-Sea A view looking up Norman Road from the junction with London Road. The bomb damaged Warrior Gate can be seen on the right.. The building at the top is the Horse and Groom, in Mercatoria..