Peter was a great guy, a helper, a do-er, he really loved and lived heritage. Without the support and influence of Peter, it is very probable that Cyberheritage would never have been born.Peter will live on through his DVDs, his Wreckers Guide books and his web site, A stunning shot looking towards Plymouth Sound from Penlee Villas - now very much an urban area, this looks like it was a semi rural paradise - well if you were rich anyway. Andy Amor has been flying over the D Day beaches in Northern France & The Needles.Te original scan is 40mb, too big to host here, but this shrunk version is still pretty good.The top photo is the very high res one, the 2 smaller ones are too give you a taste. Web space issues continue, but with rising costs for web space, most of my material now goes up on my FACEBOOK page where I can upload loads for free!
Here is 1968 photo of Plymouth City Centre taken from Cattedown and Victoria Wharves.
Apologies again, again & again for some of the sites going down.
This is a server issue of which I have no control, however, the long term plan is as from January 2013, to allow my accounts with these dodgy ISPs to lapse, & and then start again with better ISPs..as most contracts are for 2 years, I HAVE 1,000 SPAM A WEEK, I CAN'T SEE WOOD FROM TREES, FACE BOOK ME, Stephen Johnson (Cyberheritage) Here is a very high res scan of STONEHOUSE POOL, MOUNT WISE and THE SIGNAL STATION, enjoy the details.
on Facebook, as is free, and I have run out of web space, check it out here CYBERHERITAGE FACE BOOK PAGE Hundreds of new images..for today, a hi res image of DEVONPORT MOUNT WISE, in its prime, SIGNAL COTTAGE at WESTERN KINGS, STONEHOUSE, PLYMOUTH in 1971, thanks to Rob Legge, PENLEE POINT FOGHORN, ELECTRIC LIGHT, AND OBSERVATION POST, again 1971 and thanks to Rob Legge - both very hi res.
Also hi res of the TORPOINT FERRY and HMS DEFIANCE.