Sunday, 25 July 2010

Berwick Wall from x to z

Back from a short visit to see Mum in Law down in Canvey Island.

We continue our walk along Berwick wall.
here's the info and we are walking from X to Z on this post.





We follow the wall behind the houses and walk up slightly, take your time , no need to rush, dont want you out of breath at the top.lol.



As we take a breather just look left and that tree and just below is the remains of a look-out.


We now follow this path,
on the left we see the Barracks ----
but first lets just run up this bank to the right and see --




Ah, here we see the Light house and way off we see Holy Island...




This is the Barracks.
and if we just drop down the grass hump over there we see ---




The steps from the Barracks to the sea front going under the path that we are walking.


To be continued.





12 comments:

Sunny said...

Welcome back!
This tour is so interesting. About how far is the walk?
☼ Sunny

SandyCarlson said...

Utterly beautiful--and haunting. Love it, friend.

Gail's Man said...

Looks like we've covered a couple of miles in a few seconds. Who needs time travel!

Abraham Lincoln said...

The remains of the lookout was fascinating.

Vicki ~ FL said...

Love the look of the European countryside.

George said...

I'm glad you're back.
I'm enjoying our walk along the wall. The view of the lighthouse and island is wonderful. The barracks are very impressive.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

What an amazing place, Stewart... Thanks so much for sharing this interesting place with us... I have (and am) totally enjoying it.
Betsy

Rick said...

Thanks for taking us by the hand and leading us around mac - lovely tour, with so much to see! I especially like that last photo!

Betty Manousos:cutand-dry.blogspot.com said...

Oh my goodness! How could of I have missed all this amazing tour?
Absolutely fascinating shots!
B ;)

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Mac: So Cool, I was in Columbus, Ohio for a few days.

Dave said...

Love the composition on those steps.

smokepole said...

Utterly beautiful. love it