Part 3: North Centre Bastion, Western Heights, Dover, Kent, UK

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Summary: The third of three videos of the Detached Bastion/North Centre Bastion (aka, "The Smokey", "Dead Man's Island") which form part of Dover's Napoleonic defenses embedded into the Western Heights. Part 3 (Revised) includes: The second drawbridge and passageway to the North Centre Bastion; the third drawbridge; south-western gallery and steps; the devil's tunnel and cave-in; gun rooms; south-eastern steps and galleries; magazines; wells and shaft; cave spider; pigeon. The videos were made in the Summer of 2009 (nb Dead Man's Island is also where the original ghost or paranormal images were taken in 2007 - and blue orb photos, too). This video was originally posted on YouTube in three parts: Part 1: Dead Man's Island, North Centre Bastion; Part 2: Dead Man's Island, North Centre Bastion; Part 3: Dead Man's Island, North Centre Bastion. Click to see other still photos of the North Centre Bastion. More info: The Western Heights fortifications occupy an area whose maximum dimensions are 1500 x 600 yards. In addition to the North Entrance and North Centre Bastion, other components include the Drop Redoubt, the Grand Shaft, and the Outer Bastion. Also see St Martin's Battery and the Knights Templar church ruins. John Latter / Jorolat Images Of Dover | Videos of Dover | Dover Blog: The Psychology of a Small Town