A2

The A2 leads from the Port of Dover, into the centre of London ending in Borough. It acted in its past as a connection for the capitol to the English Channel and sea trade, now it is a lesser used route from Dover, a preferred route being by modern motorway which in places reconnects with the original A2.

The A2 road originated as an ancient Celtic trackway and was later formed into a road by the Romans, which linked London with Canterbury as well as the three Channel ports of Rutupiae (now Richborough), Dubris (now Dover) and Portus Lemanis(in modern Lympne).

A2, is currently ongoing, as I take trips along the road collecting imagery. 

The interest in the road came from a recent move to a house located off of the A2, this then become the connecting road through the towns within Medway, the project since has visited a number of locations along the road between London and Dover. 

Port of Dover, Start/End of A2 

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East Cliff Hotel, Dover A2

Sittingbourne, A2

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Top Road, Gillingham A2

Chatham Hill, A2

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 Chatham Hill, A2

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Three Towers Chatham, A2

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Old Kent Road, A2 

Old Kent Road, A2 

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