Hundreds of migrant boats have been left abandoned at a warehouse for over a year, as seen in Dover on Friday.
Drone images showed the boats left in rows, with other vehicles, such as lorries and vans, also having been discarded at the warehouse.
The boats, which include dinghies, rowing boats and kayaks, were left at the warehouse after having been used by migrants when crossing the Channel.
It is thought that the boats were seized by authorities, after having been intercepted by Border Force vessels.
Nearly 600 migrants are reported to have attempted the dangerous crossing between France and England in recent days.
According to the Home Office, 83 people arrived on 4 boats last Friday, with 201 people arriving on 8 boats the day before.