5 Sights in Chatham, United Kingdom (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Chatham, United Kingdom. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Chatham, United Kingdom.

Sightseeing Tours in Chatham

1. St Michael's

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St Michael the Archangel Church is a Roman Catholic parish church in Chatham, Kent, England. It was built from 1862 to 1863 in the Romanesque Revival style, designed by Henry Clutton. In 1935, an extension was built, designed by the Frederick Walters and Son firm. It is situated on Hill's Terrace between Rochester Street and Maidstone Road, next to Chatham railway station. When built, it was the only Catholic church in Medway.

Wikipedia: St Michael the Archangel Church, Chatham (EN)

2. HMS Cavalier

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HMS Cavalier is a retired C-class destroyer of the Royal Navy. She was laid down by J. Samuel White and Company at East Cowes on 28 March 1943, launched on 7 April 1944, and commissioned on 22 November 1944. She served in World War II and in various commissions in the Far East until she was decommissioned in 1972. After decommissioning she was preserved as a museum ship and currently resides at Chatham Historic Dockyard.

Wikipedia: HMS Cavalier (R73) (EN)

3. Fort Amherst

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Fort Amherst Clem Rutter, Rochester Kent / CC BY-SA 3.0

Fort Amherst, in Medway, South East England, was constructed in 1756 at the southern end of the Brompton lines of defence to protect the southeastern approaches to Chatham Dockyard and the River Medway against a French invasion. Fort Amherst is now open as a visitor attraction throughout the year with tours provided through the tunnel complex

Wikipedia: Fort Amherst (EN)

4. HMS Gannet

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HMS GannetPaul Englefield from Leamington Spa, UK / CC BY 2.0

HMS Gannet is a Royal Navy Doterel-class screw sloop-of-war launched on 31 August 1878. It became a training ship in the Thames in 1903, and was then loaned as a training ship for boys in the Hamble from 1913. It was restored in 1987 and is now part of the UK's National Historic Fleet.

Wikipedia: HMS Gannet (1878) (EN)

5. Royal Engineers Museum

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The Royal Engineers Museum, Library and Archive is a military engineering museum and library in Gillingham, Kent. It tells the story of the Corps of Royal Engineers and British military engineering in general.

Wikipedia: Royal Engineers Museum (EN)


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