Sunday, January 03, 2010

Walk from Drummore to Maryport 31st October 2009

A lovely day so decided on a walk around Drummore and then follow the coast around to Maryport to see what we could see.
These wooden strutts at Drummore are quite interesting although I dont know what they are the remains of.

Colourful buoys...

...and lobster pots

Drummore from the harbour

More traditional lobster pots


Lots of Redshank

Chattering Starlings on the wires

Cute Sparrow

The remains of HMS Pagham built for the Royal Navy in 1955 and now left to rot in Drummore harbour.
A sad end, this Ham class minesweeper was once used as a training vessel for the local sea cadets.



Ringed Plovers

and hundreds of Golden Plovers

Time to turn back as its looking a bit dark

Interesting bricks on the shore

Great Black Backed Gull

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