to the section about Plymouth from the middle of the 20th century to
the present day.
example, there's Plymouth and the Blitz. Plymouth was one of the
worst-bombed cities in World War II during the Blitz (a heavy and
sustained bombing campaign against this primary naval port). The
Barbican area of Plymouth, where the Pilgrim Fathers set sail on their
voyage, is one of the only original parts of Plymouth left standing.
Smeaton's Tower, The Hoe, Plymouth postcard
Plymouth Barbican by Night Wallclock
Smeaton's Tower, The Hoe, Plymouth Wrist Watches
are two pictures taken in the Barbican / Hoe area. The first shows some
working fishing boats resting between catches in Sutton Harbour.
second photo shows the war memorial, commemorating the local people who
fought and died during World War II and in the Blitz. It stands proud
on the grassy area of Plymouth Hoe, overlooking the Sound, Drake's
Island and the world beyond the misty horizon.
Drake's Island taken from the Hoe