OCTOBER  2014

LANDS END

LANDS END - THE MOST SOUTHERLY PART OF THE UNITED KINGDOM

Click HERE  for more information about 'Lands End' in Wikipedia

 

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CLICK ON ANY OF THE THUMBNAILS BELOW FOR LARGER IMAGES

SOME MORE IMAGES AROUND THE EXETER AND CORNWALL AREA

Across the bridge from Devon into Cornwall

Penzance - as far as the railway line goes

Steam train at Buckfastleigh

Different steam train at Totnes

Very steep cliffs

And more cliffs

 

CLICK ON ANY OF THE SMALL PICTURES ABOVE or BELOW FOR LARGER IMAGES

 

Winding gear for a Tin Mine

Down in the Mine

The Longships Lighthouse

Exeter Cathedral - an imposing building

Lovely stained glass window in Cathedral

Exeter Cathedral in the evening Sun

 

The above pictures were supplied by a keen
photographer on a recent holiday to Cornwall

 

 

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ANY PICTURES CONTRIBUTED BY VISITORS or OTHERS TO THIS WEBSITE ARE DISPLAYED WITH THEIR PERMISSION

Magnolias are the oldest surviving flowering plants
They first appeared 100 million years ago

The symbol of the Alzheimer's Society of Canada is the forget-me-not

 

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Now on a monthly basis, a 'link' will be added within this frame to take you to
 pictures from my Archive. It may be a random choice by me or it may be relative
 to a local up and coming event in the area. This month the Archive features the
   harvest gathering and Autumn views around the Keith area, in November 2007

Enjoy the pictures Click HERE

 

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OCTOBER  2014

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