Day 164: Millom to Ravenglass – Plastic Pollution

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Cumbria, England

Plastic Pollution I, Silecroft Beach, Cumbria.

Plastic Pollution II, Silecroft Beach, Cumbria.

Plastic Pollution III, Silecroft Beach, Cumbria.

Plastic Pollution IV, Silecroft Beach, Cumbria.

Plastic Pollution V, Silecroft Beach, Cumbria.

Plastic Pollution VI, Silecroft Beach, Cumbria.

Plastic Pollution VII, Silecroft Beach, Cumbria.

Plastic Pollution VIII, Silecroft Beach, Cumbria.

Plastic Pollution IX, Silecroft Beach, Cumbria.

Plastic Pollution X, Silecroft Beach, Cumbria.

Plastic Pollution XI, Silecroft Beach, Cumbria.

Plastic Pollution XII, Silecroft Beach, Cumbria.

Plastic Pollution XIII, Silecroft Beach, Cumbria.

Plastic Pollution XIV Silecroft Beach, Cumbria.

Plastic Pollution XV, Silecroft Beach, Cumbria.

Plastic Pollution XVI, Silecroft Beach, Cumbria.

Duddon Sands from Millom, Cumbria.

Silecroft Beach, Cumbria.

Eskmeals Viaduct, Ravenglass, Cumbria.

Train carrying nuclear flasks passes over repair work on Eskmeals Viaduct, Cumbria.

Ravenglass, Cumbria.

River Esk, Ravenglass, Cumbria.

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5 thoughts on “Day 164: Millom to Ravenglass – Plastic Pollution”

  1. I remember that one being a tough walk along the shingle beach for miles and miles. But I was pleased at Ravenglass to find there actually is a pedestrian route over the railway bridge so I didn’t have to walk all the way around the river!

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  2. I find a lot of garbage in gardens as well. It always seems so out of place but, I guess it’s a part of it all now.
    I really enjoy your posts!

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