Day 171: Silloth to Bowness-on-Solway – Antenna & Peel

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Cumbria, England

Anthorn Radio Station, Cumbria. A Very Low Frequency (VLF) transmitter station, which is used for transmitting orders to submarines. The site is also used to transmit the UK’s time signal.

Cattle sorter, Calvo Marsh, Cumbria.

Anthorn Radio Station II, Cumbria.

Puddle reflection I, Salt Coates, Cumbria.

Anthorn Radio Station III, Cumbria.

Puddle reflection II, Salt Coates, Cumbria.

Anthorn Radio Station IV, Cumbria.

Across the Channel of River Wampool to Skiddaw, Cumbria.

Anthorn Radio Station V, Cumbria.

Anthorn & Cardurnock Marsh, Cumbria.

Anthorn Radio Station VI, Cumbria.

St John the Evangelist’s Church, Newton Arlosh, Cumbria. Built as a fortified church or peel tower in 1303 due to the violence and cross-border raids along the Anglo-Scottish border.

Remains of the Solway Viaduct which carried the Solway Junction Railway across the Solway Firth to Scotland until 1931, Bowness-on-Solway, Cumbria.

Solway shore from Herdhill Scar at dusk, Cumbria.

After battling and cursing my way through the brambles and nettles of this neglected style…

..I discover this a little further along the same hedge!

Not really sure about these public jacuzzis in Cumbria

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