A history enthusiast from Broadstairs says the image of a medieval boat is hidden within the town's roads – lending a cryptic clue to its naval history. Simon Gerrard has spent two years delving into the town's past to create a series of history boards about the area.
He says his most recent discovery is that the roads forming one of the oldest parts of the town could have been deliberately made into the shape of a ship.
He said: "It may be slightly abstract but I am confident that the shape of the roads represents the early kind of naval ship they were building in Broadstairs during the Medieval and Tudor periods. I think it is quite uncanny, I cannot see it as anything else."
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