Morecambe Bay
Home Up The Breakwater (1) The Breakwater (2) The Beach at Baycliff The Beach below Sea Wood

 

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Code LF-01 The Breakwater (1)

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The breakwater runs into the sands on the western shore of Morecambe Bay, just beyond the church at Aldingham, between Ulverston and Barrow. This is a tranquil spot, but the gnarled wooden structure must have withstood many a storm.

Code LF-02 The Breakwater (2)

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Higher up the beach, a few posts stand isolated, wizened by weather and tide, and festooned with net remains. Across the Bay lie the low hills above Haverthwaite Mosses.

Code LF-03 The Beach at Baycliff

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The water in Morecambe Bay is confined to distant channels at low tide, but with a fresh south-westerly wind behind it sweeps up the stony beach at high tide.

Code LF-04 The Beach below Sea Wood

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The trees of this extensive wood tumble all the way down to the shore, where the exposed limestone bedrock glistens when wet. In the distance the steeple of Bardsea Church can be seen.

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