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This is a boarded up building site from many years back which is derelict. The boards are used to display local art and brightens up the sea front. The remains of the initial concrete columns behind it.
While the wall has paintings along the side of it, it felt run down and a poor use of art or style. It isn't ugly, but just doesn't make the promenade more beautiful. The paintings are interesting and well done, it's just something about the...More
Great Wall - it hardly measures up to China! This is basically a cover up for years of neglect for the old Pleasurama site, which is STILL awaiting redevelopment. The concrete posts are just visible over the top of the 'wall' which is a remnant...More
The art is impressive and if it's defaced you could argue that it's encouraging the wild youth of Ramsgate to translate art in its own form. Maybe one day segments of it will be displayed in the Turner museum. Hadn't realised it's been there for...More
This is a long section of hoarding along the seafront with lots and lots of really nice artwork on it. I may be wrong but this seems to be a hoarding that prevents access to a building site which is being developed behind, but that...More