Folkestone

town, Shepway district, administrative and historic county of Kent, England. Once a `limb` of the Cinque Port of Dover (7 mi [11 km] east), ...
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Folkestone

HMS Folkestone was a British unarmed surveying warship of 1045 tons displacement launched in 1930 originally as an escort vessel, but later disarmed and modified. HMS Folkestone was powered by two Admiralty 3-drum type boilers providing a top speed of 16 knots.
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Folkestone

Folkestone (fōk'stun) , town (1991 pop. 42,949), Kent, SE England. The town is a summer resort with an active port. The Leas promenade runs along the chalk cliffs overlooking the English Channel. Folkestone is one of the main passenger ports used by the English Channel ferry operators; Bou...
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Folkestone

Port and resort on the southeast coast of Kent, England, 10 km/6 mi southwest of Dover; population (2001) 45,300. There are passenger ferry and SeaCat (high-speed catamaran) connections with Boulogne, France, and to the northwest of the town is the British terminal of Eurotunnel, which offers a high-speed train link through the Chan...
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Folkestone

Folkestone ən is a port town located on the English Channel, in Kent, south-east England. ==History== The area of Folkestone has been occupied since at least the Neolithic, being the shortest crossing point from France. The East Cliff area has recently been excavated and produced finds from the Paleolithic period through to the Roman Era, when se...
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