The Perimeter

Day 156: Lancaster to Morecambe – Haaf & Tomb

Lancaster Castle gatehouse, Lancashire.

Judges’ Lodgings, Lancaster, Lancashire.

Front door, Judges’ Lodgings, Lancaster, Lancashire.

The National Westminster bank, formerly the Lancaster Banking Company, Lancashire.

Looks straight to me pal, don’t know what you’re on about. Lancaster, Lancashire.

Magritte in Lancaster, Lancashire.

Crossing the River Lune, Lancaster, Lancashire.

Goal, Lancaster, Lancashire.

Blade, Heaton, Lancashire.

River Lune, low tide, Lancashire.

Lades Marsh, Sunderland, Lancashire.

Tidal road to Sunderland Point, Lancashire.

Margaret Owen, ‘haaf net’ fisherwoman’s House, Sunderland Point, Lancashire.

Sunderland Point, Lancashire.

Middleton Sands, Lancashire.

8th century Rock-cut tombs and sockets for crosses, St Patrick’s Chapel, Heysham, Lancashire.

8th century St Patrick’s Chapel, Heysham, Lancashire.

Sunset at the Rock-cut tombs, St Patrick’s Chapel, Heysham, Lancashire.

Grave cover, St Patrick’s Chapel, Heysham, Lancashire.

Dusk at the Rock-cut tombs, St Patrick’s Chapel, Heysham, Lancashire.

I bumped into fisherwoman Margaret Owen at Sunderland point. She’s the only woman in the UK licensed to use the ancient ‘haaf net’ for catching salmon.