The original, iron-studded oak door lies at the end of a short passageway with murder holes in the ceiling above. Deal Castle was finished in 1540 as part of Henry VIII's scheme to defend the south coast against invasion. This site is now in the care of English Heritage (2010).
The Pier, Deal, Kent, 1899 Pier’s are quintessentially Victorian, as are most British seaside towns. Other than the dress of the pedestrians strolling here there’s not much to see, but its nice to get away from the grit of the suburban street, isn’t it?