VIDEO: Amazing aerial footage shows Gravesend from above

VIDEO: Amazing aerial footage shows Gravesend from above

VIDEO: Amazing aerial footage shows Gravesend from above

First published in News News Shopper: Photograph of the Author by , reporter

This amazing aerial footage posted on Youtube shows Gravesend from above.

It is not clear how the film was made, but it could have been by drone given how low the camera appears to fly at times.

In bright sunshine it skirts the banks of the Thames with Tilbury power station in the background before making a turn over Denton Wharf.

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