Day 51: Brixton to Plymouth – Command & Control

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Devon - South, England
Erme Plym Trail near Spriddlestone, Devon.

Erme Plym Trail near Spriddlestone, Devon.

Gara Point and Wembury Bay, Devon.

Gara Point and Wembury Bay, Devon.

Traine Road, Wembury, Devon.

Traine Road, Wembury, Devon.

Great Mew Stone from Wembury Point, Devon.

Great Mew Stone from Wembury Point, Devon.

Spade, Heybrook Bay, Devon.

Spade, Heybrook Bay, Devon.

HMS Ocean, the helicopter carrier and assault ship is Britain’s biggest warship and the Flagship of the Royal Navy. Plymouth Sound, Devon.

HMS Ocean, the helicopter carrier and assault ship is Britain’s biggest warship and the Flagship of the Royal Navy. Plymouth Sound, Devon.

Plymouth and the Mount Batten boathouse, Devon.

Plymouth and the Mount Batten boathouse, Devon.

Dutch Frigate, De Ruyter passes Drake’s Island, Plymouth Sound, Devon.

Dutch Frigate, De Ruyter passes Drake’s Island, Plymouth Sound, Devon.

The Citadel and Mount Batten Breakwater, Plymouth, Devon.

The Citadel and Mount Batten Breakwater, Plymouth, Devon.

RFA Wave Knight, Breakwater Fort & HMS Ocean by Plymouth Breakwater, Devon.

RFA Wave Knight, Breakwater Fort & HMS Ocean by Plymouth Breakwater, Devon.

The wreck of fishing boat Dignity, Hooe Lake, Plymouth, Devon.

The wreck of fishing boat Dignity, Hooe Lake, Plymouth, Devon.

Radford Castle a 19th-century folly, Plymouth, Devon.

Radford Castle a 19th-century folly, Plymouth, Devon.

Hulk of Timber Lighter 'Arthur', Hooe Lake, Plymouth, Devon.

Hulk of Timber Lighter ‘Arthur’, Hooe Lake, Plymouth, Devon.

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5 thoughts on “Day 51: Brixton to Plymouth – Command & Control”

  1. David James says:

    Your willingness to track down the names of the vessels floating and otherwise is much appreciated. I also very much appreciate your listing the architect and year built of the buildings you photograph when the information is available. Thorough!

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    • Glad to hear my pedantry is appreciated! Actually finding all this stuff out afterwards seems like an addition voyage of discovery after the walk when my response is more on an emotional level. I trained as an architect so that’s an interest close to my heart and I like the give them credit.

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