Wednesday, 20 August 2014
Friday, 1 August 2014
An old German bunker now converted into a seafood takeaway.
Viewed from the top of Mont du Vallet.
For more information visit their website.
Visit other contributions to the Takeaway theme at City Daily Photo.
Tuesday, 1 July 2014
The racecourse at Les Landes is the home of the Jersey Racing Club. It was built in 1961 and hosts nine race meetings during the summer. There is a modern viewing bank at Les Landes with on-course bookies and a club run Tote.
Visit other contributions to the Celebrating Summer theme at City Daily Photo
Wednesday, 18 June 2014
Sunday, 1 June 2014
Thursday, 1 May 2014
Royal Square was the scene of the Battle of Jersey in 1781. Visit theislandwiki for more details about the battle.
In the Royal Square stands the gilded statue of King George II. It was erected in 1751, in what had been for many years the Market Square. The Square was renamed Royal Square in honour of the King (and the statue) and in gratitude for his contribution towards building the harbour.
This view of the square in 1825 is taken from a gallery of images on the excellent and informative site theislandwiki.
A contribution to the City Daily Photo theme Squares.
Tuesday, 1 April 2014
A statue of Queen Victoria formerly stood in the centre of a circular garden in the middle of the Weighbridge bus station. In 1976 the statue was moved to the Triangle Park alongside the Grand Hotel at West Park. The park was officially renamed Victoria Park but islanders have steadfastly remained true to the original name of this triangular area of grass. The statue stands 7 feet high on a plinth of La Moye granite which is carved with the Queen's monogram surrounded by a crown. The inscription "Erigé par le peuple" (erected by the people) is at the base and the two sides bear the dates 1837 and 1887 to signify Victoria's Golden Jubilee.
Read about more statues on the Island Wiki.
A contribution to the City Daily Photo theme Triangles.