The British Empire and its effect on Plymouth

Dutton's Cafe, Plymouth Citadel

Dutton's Cafe carries the name of the East India that was rescued by Edward Pellew in 1796 when it was against the rocks below this point in a time before the Breakwater was built. The building was originally constructed half a century later in 1847 as a magazine and armoury.

Empire in Your Backyard: Plymouth Article

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by Stephen Luscombe