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Rudely but surely they bedded the plinth of the days to come.
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Offline BenG

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Nayland Rock shelter, Margate
« Reply #1 on: October 16, 2009, 10:47:16 »
A seaside shelter in which the poet TS Eliot composed one of his most famous works has been given listed status.

The Nayland Rock shelter on Margate seafront, Kent, is where he regularly sat while staying in the town in 1921 to recuperate from a nervous breakdown.

From the BBC site:


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