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Yacht entering Weymouth's historic harbour.

Yacht entering Weymouth's historic harbour.

Nothe fort, Weymouth. The views from these ramparts are stunning.

The views from these ramparts are stunning.

DORSET - WEYMOUTH - ESPLANADE -  1925

DORSET - WEYMOUTH - ESPLANADE - 1925

Pre sunrise in Weymouth harbour, Dorset.

Pre sunrise in Weymouth harbour, Dorset.

Weymouth harbour in the evening light.

Weymouth harbour in the evening light.

Dorset - Kings Street, WEYMOUTH, King George V leaving in Motor Car - Real Photo, May 1912

Dorset - WEYMOUTH, King George V leaving in Motor Car - Real Photo, May 1912

Dorset - Kings Street, WEYMOUTH, King George V leaving in Motor Car - Real Photo, May 1912

Looking across Weymouth harbour towards the Condor ferry and the sea front.

Looking across Weymouth harbour towards the Condor ferry and the sea front.

Because of the London Olympics, the town of Weymouth in Dorset is buzzing with excitement for opportunies they hope with be prolonged even after the town hosts the sailing events for the 2012 Olympics.

Can the Olympics factor transform Weymouth?

It worked for Barcelona, so can it work for the quiet Dorset town?

Condor Ferry setting sail. Something we won't be seeing much longer.

Condor Ferry setting sail. Something we won't be seeing much longer.

Gloucester House - King George III's holiday home by the sea.

How Weymouth became a Georgian seaside resort fit for a King

Weymouth's stone pier, taken from the ramparts of the Victorian Nothe fort.

Weymouth's stone pier, taken from the ramparts of the Victorian Nothe fort.

The Jubilee Clock on the Weymouth Esplanade, Weymouth, England.  erected in 1887 to mark the 50th year of Queen victoria's reign.  This clock is one of Weymouth's best-loved landmarks and has been a meeting place for generations of both locals and visitors.

1888; Weymouth Queen Victoria Jubilee Clock.

The Jubilee Clock on the Weymouth Esplanade, Weymouth, England. erected in 1887 to mark the year of Queen victoria's reign. This clock is one of Weymouth's best-loved landmarks and has been a meeting place for generations of both locals and visitors.

Off out...Weymouth harbour.

Off out...Weymouth harbour.

Weymouth's Stone Pier, by Sarah E. Broome.

Weymouth's Stone Pier, by Sarah E.

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