Pinnacle kiln, Somerset Brick and Tile Museum. Remnant of a vast C19 industry supplying ornamental bricks, terracotta architectural ornaments and many variations of the pantile, known as Bridgwater tiles, which were exported, often as ballast, all over the world. Bridgwater, Somerset.
Type 24 pillbox by the River Parrett, part of the The Taunton Stop Line, a World War II defensive line in south west England. Bridgwater, Somerset.
Ploughing, Walpole, Somerset.
Only in England, Pawlett Level, Somerset.
Huntspill Sluice, Pawlett Level, Somerset.
Seawall, Pawlett Level, Somerset.
Brue Pill I, Somerset.
Brue Pill II, Somerset.
Brue Pill III, Somerset.
Brue Pill IV, Somerset.
Curved Seawall, Burnham-on-sea, Somerset
Berrow Beach, Burnham-on-sea, Somerset
Burnham-On-Sea Pier, Britain’s Shortest Pier, Somerset.
Burnham-On-Sea Low lighthouse repainting, Somerset.
Last light, Berrow Flats, Somerset.
Low tide, Berrow Flats and Hinkley Point Nuclear Powers Stations, Somerset.
Wreck of the Norwegian barque SS Nornen on Berrow beach from 1897, Somerset.
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