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WV2875 : Britten-Norman Trislander of Aurigny airline
A scanned image. The coordinates are approximate given the extensive development of the airport since it was taken.
WV2975 : Guernsey airport 1983
From a scanned image. The coordinates are approximate as there has been significant development of the airport.
WV3378 : Castle Cornet from harbourside
From a scanned image in 1983.
WV3378 : St Peter Port
From a scanned image taken in 1983.
WV6048 : Main road through St. Aubins
Jersey's A1 road entering St. Aubins, on Jersey's south coast.
WV7150 : Gorey, Jersey
Gorey, on Jersey's east coast.
WV6547 : Havre des Pas, St. Helier
A view of Havre des Pas, in St. Helier.
WV5855 : Bus arriving at Greve de Lecq
A bus arriving at Greve de Lecq, on Jersey's north coast.
WV5855 : Bus leaving Greve de Lecq
A bus leaving Greve de Lecq, on the north coast of Jersey.
WV6448 : Esplanade, St. Helier
Esplanade is a street in the centre of St. Helier. The bus terminus is to the right. Most buses stop within the terminus building, but it was only designed for single-deck buses. Double-deck buses have to stay out on the street as they are too high to get into the terminus building.
WV6547 : Ommaroo Hotel, St. Helier
The Ommaroo Hotel facing the sea at Havre des Pas, in St. Helier.
WV6547 : Bathing pool at Havre des Pas, St. Helier
A coastal bathing pool at Havre des Pas, in St. Helier, Jersey. This image was taken from the Ommaroo Hotel.
WV7152 : St. Catherine's breakwater
The breakwater at St. Catherine's, on the island of Jersey.
WV4776 : Sark Lighthouse and Point Robert
The lighthouse perched on the cliffs on the island of Sark. More information about the lighthouse is available on the Photographers' Resource website: http://www.photographers-resource.co.uk/a_heritage/lighthouses/LG_CI/CI_Sark_Lighthouse.htm This image was taken from on board a ferry, returning from Sark to Guernsey.
WV4675 : Sark's bus service
The island of Sark is renowned for being traffic-free. Only tractors and horse-drawn vehicles are permitted on the island. Nevertheless, there is a bus service which operates up and down the steep hill which connects the village, around 100 metres above sea level, with the harbour. The bus is a trailer pulled by a tractor.