Musselwick Sands. If I remember my geology right this is a fine example of wave cut basalt.
Cards Wynd area, Anstruther Just of Shore Street lies a small maze of narrow streets like this.
|Title||Selby Pickle Factory The original factory was Fletchers. Makers of the famous Fletchers Sauce. The old factory was of cast concrete and was demolished in the late 1990s early 2000s and replaced|
|Photo's author||Gordon Kneale Brooke User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||26 Apr 2006 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 427|
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|Camera model||Canon / Canon EOS 350D DIGITAL|
|Exposure time||1/400 s|
|Focal length||55.0 mm|
Selby Pickle Factory The original factory was Fletchers. Makers of the famous Fletchers Sauce. The old factory was of cast concrete and was demolished in the late 1990s early 2000s and replaced
Magazine Road, Barlby
Selby, Old MOD Ordnance Depot The Ordnance Depot was closed down in the 1950's It is now a farm. There are signs of the old railway
Large house near to Barlby
The A19 heads out of Selby heading for York
Footpath on River Ouse floodbank, Selby
Lane to the Rear of Houses on Barlby Crescent. The wall and railings on the left of the photograph mark the line of the footpath, part of the Transpennine Trail, beside the River Ouse.
The Trans-Pennine Trail alongside Barlby Crescent. Is the wall really, as is claimed, improving the footpath?
The Trans-Pennine Trail alongside Barlby Crescent. The footpath in the photograph runs, mainly, alongside the River Ouse from Selby to York as an offshoot of the Trans-Pennine Trail, which continues E…
Peartree Close, Barlby
A public footpath along the River Ouse