Monday, 19 July 2010

Walking the walls of Berwick 2


Well, here we are at the top of the steps and here our walk begins.
On the left we have some 16th century houses, some enpty and going to rack and ruin, what a shame eh!.
On the right the right we have the mouth of the River Tweed.


If we turn around - we can see the 3 bridges of Berwick.



Looking across the Tweed we see the old Life guard station, but we cant hang about here all day, we have a fair way to go, if we want to go around the wall today.

To be continued.


13 comments:

ju-north said...

Think you should writer a guide book to Berwick with photos! Great work!Thanks for the comment on my blog

Gail's Man said...

It's great being an armchair traveller, with The Mac doing all the work for us.

Staffan H said...

Great shots my friend and I really enjoy following you on your walk abouts with the camera.

Sunny said...

It breaks my heart to see old buildings going to ruin, once they're gone they're gone.
I like the view of the bridges.
☼ Sunny

Kris said...

Great photos. I love walks like these.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Gosh, I'm already winded going up the steps.... Where's the horse and buggy??? I'm ready to RIDE to see the sights.... ha ha ha

Great pictures of Berwick, Stewart.
Betsy

SandyCarlson said...

WONDERFUL photos. Thank you.

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Mac: You make these old knees tired just looking at them.

Sciarada said...

Ciao Imac, grand perspective, seems to walk on, magnificent houses!

Willard said...

A wonderful series on Berwick, Stewart. You would make an excellent tour guide!

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

These photos have a depth that I like to see in pictures.
Great shots!
So sad to see old buildings going to ruin..

George said...

Some of the houses look well-cared-for. I would think this would be a wonderful place to live.

Rick said...

Ah - a nice tour from my arm chair - doesn't get better than that! ;-)

Lovely photos of Berwick - especially like the one with the bridges.