15 Maldon's Hythe Quay is the residence of a number of Thames sailing barges, these are among the last cargo vessels in the world still operating under sail, albeit now used in the spheres of education and leisure.
Dengie Peninsula after the Dæningas.
Maldon was chosen as one of the landing sites of a planned French invasion of Britain in 1744.
The tugboat Brent moored on the river Blackwater.Uit Wikipedia, de vrije encyclopedie, ga naar: navigatie, zoeken, maldon is een plaats in het district.Eilert Ekwall, Concise Oxford Dictionary of English Place-names,.Eenmaal per jaar wordt er de "Mud Run" gehouden, een hardloopwedstrijd voor het goede doel over de slikplaten van de rivier.See also Cooks Yard barge building and repair yard on the River Chelmer at Maldon References External links.A Charter of Richard I of December 1189 confirms certain grants to Beeleigh Abbey, including the Church of Blessed Peter in Maldon and the Church of All Saints in the same town".Some ten vind lokale seks op facebook to fifteen of the surviving fleet count Maldon as their home port, and many others are regular visitors alongside at the Quay.
The Essex barges are beautiful and there's now a Trust run by volunteers who look after them, arrange days out / cruises / functions etc.
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Culture edit The town holds the charitable Maldon mud race where competitors race across the Blackwater estuary at low tide, along the bank and back through the water.It became a significant.Retrieved (Bristow 1985, Hutchinson 1965) "Geology Site Account: West Maldon landslip".Bedroom 3 -.9.2 m, - 9'5" x 7'2".Each year, on the first two Thursdays in December, the town holds a special evening known as Victorian Evening which celebrates the Victorian times.St Mary's Church, on the Hythe Quay has a grade 1 listed Norman nave from 1130, though evidence exists of an earlier church on the site from at least a hundred years before.After his death, etchings of a painting of him were much sought after.

Wells ' The War of the Worlds (1898 Maldon is the town from which the narrator's brother and two female companions manage to escape across the channel.
The line between Maldon and South Woodham Ferrers closed to passengers in 1939, the Maldon and Witham line closed in 1966.
Blackwater estuary in Essex, England.