1960's Housing Estate. North Seaton consists primarily of such housing.
Bembridge Fort. Built 1862-1867 against a possible invasion of Napoleon's forces. It had 3 officers and 100 men. It had 2 4" breech loading and 6 muzzle loading guns.
|Title||Cat Gill. Taken from the footbridge where Cat Gill just notches into the grid square.|
|Photo's author||Mick Garratt User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||25 Oct 2005 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
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|Camera model||FUJIFILM / FinePix S5000|
|Exposure time||1/10 s|
|Focal length||5.7 mm|
Footbridge over Cat Gill, Borrowdale
Cat Gill. Taken from the footbridge where Cat Gill just notches into the grid square.
From Walla Crag Looking over Derwent Water
Above Cat Gill Looking up Derwent Water from the path above the Gill
The B5289 heading north below the Great Wood
The B5289 running south below the Great Wood
Cat Gill Looking over Derwent Water
Road leading from woodland car park at Lady's Rake in the Great Wood
On the slopes of Walla Crag