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THE VIEW FROM THE DARTMOUTH OFFICE


If you’re a visitor to Dartmouth you possibly feel a few pangs when you leave. Well now, when you leave, you don’t have to leave Dartmouth behind. Andy & Helen Kyle’s website - www. TheViewFromTheDartmouthOffice.com - can show you what is happening here every day. This page can only ever hope to show a small percentage of the astonishing variety on the website. The bad news is, you may find those pangs getting stronger in which case there really is only one possible solution. Visit an estate agent.


But in the meantime make sure you make regular calls on www. TheViewFromTheDartmouthOffice.com


▲ 11 October 2012 2:38 PM Boring pic. but great news at last - the builders are in at the Gunfield after nearly a decade of neglect.


7 October 2012 7:01 AM


Luckily for you I get up early to watch all the Grand Prix. This view happened right on the warm up lap. Thankfully we have live pause.


30 October 2012 1:33 PM This is a VSV - a very slender vessel, which is certainly true here. She is called Maryslim and was built by Portland Marine.


13 October 2012 6:10 AM


“There is no dark side of the moon really. Matter of fact it’s all dark.” By the way, which one’s Pink ?


19 October 2012 9:45 AM


Resnova is heading Plymouth way where she’ll be oiked out of the water to have her bottom rubbed, scrubbed and welded.


▲ 13 October 2012 3:10 PM


This is the place to see rainbows. TVFTDO.com even has an album dedicated to them.


11 November 2012 11:01 AM


Silence rarely gets photographed. Here’s a lovely example as one of the rowing clubs stop stock still with oars at attention for the Armistice Day tribute.


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