One of two octagonal Dutch cottages (built for Dutch workers) from the 17th century which are preserved on Canvey Island. This cottage now functions as a museum. Canvey Island is a civil parish and reclaimed island in the Thames estuary in England. It is separated from the mainland of south Essex by a network of creeks. Lying only just above sea level it is prone to flooding at exceptional tides, but has nevertheless been inhabited since the Roman invasion of Britain.

Round House on Canvey Island. Canvey Island is a civil parish and reclaimed island in the Thames estuary in England. It is separated from the mainland of south Essex by a network of creeks.

Dutch Cottage, Canvey Island

Picture of Dutch Cottage on Canvey Island in Canvey Island, Essex submitted by local photographers.

Labworth Cafe, Canvey Island

Picture of Labworth Cafe Canvey Seafront in Canvey Island, Essex submitted by local photographers.

Colleen wearing her Yellow Mac at Canvey Island Essex in the rain - YouTube

Colleen wearing her Yellow Mac at Canvey Island Essex in the rain - YouTube

Canvey Island Casino Amusement Centre. Just before demolition.

Views of a derelict indoor fairground. The rides have been cleared, the demolition contractors are about to move in. I thought it was by now, a housing estat.

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The building of the Casino Canvey Island - 1930's

The Casino, Canvey Island - My Dad has fairground equipment here when I was born in July 1960

The Discovery In August of 1954, a man stumbled upon a strange, lifeless creature covered in seaweed on the shores of Canvey Island, Great...

Real Ghost and Demon Hauntings - Paranormal, Unexplained Mysteries: The Canvey Island Monster: Unexplained Creature

Canvey Island Monster Skeleton 3D Print

Canvey Island Monster Skeleton (VKMYXYFEN) by Brian_Richardson on Shapeways. Learn more before you buy, or discover other cool products in Figurines.

(Canvey Island) She survived this....Civilians and troops fill sandbags to block a breach in Canvey Island's sea defences, following the greatest surge on record for the North Sea. Between January 31 and February 1 1953, almost 100,000 hectares of eastern England were flooded and 307 people died.

(Canvey Island) She survived this....Civilians and troops fill sandbags to block a breach in Canvey Island's sea defences, following the greatest surge on record for the North Sea. Between January 31 and February 1 1953, almost 100,000 hectares of eastern England were flooded and 307 people died.

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