Day 167: Seascale to St Bees – Sellafield & Field

Cumbria, England

To the beach, Seascale, Cumbria.

Seascale beach, Cumbria.

Beach house I, Braystones, Cumbria.

Sellafield nuclear fuel reprocessing and nuclear decommissioning site, Cumbria.

English leisure, Braystones, Cumbria.

Sellafield nuclear site from the beach, Cumbria.

Beach house II, Braystones, Cumbria.

Braystones, Cumbria.

St Bees Head, Cumbria.

The Irish Sea near St Bees, Cumbria.

Autumn fields, St Bees Head, Cumbria.

Sea mist at Nethertown, Cumbria.

St Bees Head in sea mist, Cumbria.

This is the second time I’ve sat by the window in the charming Hartleys Beach Cafe in St Bees. The previous time was six years ago about to embark on Wainwright’s Coast to Coast walk which starts from here and follows the coast for a few miles before heading east across the Lake District, the Yorkshire Dales and the North York Moors.

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4 thoughts on “Day 167: Seascale to St Bees – Sellafield & Field”

  1. Once again, you have presented beautiful photos and so interesting landscapes. Hartleys Beach Cafe is very Edward Hopperish isn’t it? Lovely

    • You are right about Hopper I knew the atmosphere was familiar and I wasn’t sure in what way. It was a throwaway phone shot but it ended up my favourite from this day.

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