NOTES: 'Dreamland' was built as part of an amusement park for Margate Estates Co. Ltd. The original Dreamland Park was substantially destroyed by fire in 1932 and the opportunity was taken to extend and modernize the facilities to the designs of Leathart & Granger with interiors by Illes, and was completed in 1935.
NOTES: The Orama was built by Vickers-Armstrong, Barrow-in-Furness in 1924 for the Orient Steam Navigation Company. She was converted to a troop ship in 1940 and was sunk on 8th June, 1940, 300 miles West of Narvik by the German High Seas Fleet.
NOTES: Rievaulx Terrace is a half mile long grass terrace which was constructed over a period of eight years from 1749 by Thomas Duncombe II. At each end of the terrace stands a temple: the Doric or Tuscan Temple, and the Ionic Temple. The design of both is attributed to Sir Thomas Robinson. This, the Ionic temple, was intended as a dining pavilion and the basement was fitted out with a kitchen.