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THE VIEW FROM THE DARTMOUTH OFFICE EVERY SINGLE PICTURE WITHOUT ANY EXCEPTION, IS TAKEN FROM ONE PLACE......


every issue, By The Dart prints just a small selection of photos from Andy Kyle’s website “The View From The Dartmouth Office”.With pictures added daily, this is now an amazing library of pictures showing every day life in, on and around the River Dart between Dartmouth and Kingswear. If you enjoy your time here, take a look at the website and see more of life in this special valley. Just type ‘Dartmouth view’ into Google - you’ll soon find The View From The Dartmouth Office. There’s also a link on the home page of www.bythedart.co.uk


23 October 2013 11:56 AM Danny the Dartmouth dolphin was having proper fun here. It seemed like the rib crew didn’t know where to look.


29 October 2013 12:45 pm It’s a sad day when the RDYC pontoon goes off for its winter hols. Five days later than last year. And a full two weeks later than 2010. The season is getting longer.


18 September 2013 11:58 AM This turned out to be pretty fascinating. It’s an ukrainian Air Force Antonov flying a surveillance mission under the Open skies Treaty. An accord which allows members states to flyover others territories to photograph their military establishments. And clearly BRNC needed a good looking at.


15 October 2013 04:56 PM Ian W, a regular visitor to TVFTDO emailed about a website that shows exactly where the sun and the moon will rise and set on any given day. so it was simple to work out when the moon would pop up behind the Daymark even if it was a bright afternoon. Brilliant.


22 October 2013 11:40 AM How to board a boat that doesn’t want to be boarded. Lesson number one.


28 October 2013 04:19 pm It was a very one sided rainbow. But it put in a whole load of effort.Perhaps we should rename the Dart, the Rainbow River ? We do get a lot of them.


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