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Description The English-side Channel Tunnel terminal at Cheriton near Folkestone in Kent, from the Pilgrims' Way on the escarpment on the southern edge of Cheriton Hill, part of the North Downs.
Date 4 May 2003
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Author Stephen Dawson
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