Tudor Road, Newton Abbot Taken from the inside of the sharp bend on Powderham Road mentioned in 497585. Tudor Road branches off here and itself drops steeply towards East Street and the town centre.
By Horseshoe Clump The "Clump" is on the left. The view is across a wheatfield from Horseshoe Road, which runs from Thorncombe Thorn to Forde Abbey.
|Title||The Bude Light 2000 Built in 2000 as a millennium tribute to Sir Goldsworthy Gurney (1793-1875), a prolific Cornish inventor. 30 feet high, it was designed by Carole Vincent and Anthony Fanshawe, and uses fibre optics to light up at night. Gurney invented the Bude Light, a brilliant light created by introducing oxygen into the centre of a gas or oil flame, in 1830. It was used in the Houses of Parliament, for lighthouses, and to illuminate Gurney's house, now Bude Castle. In the background is Ergue-Gaberic Way, and on the right are 503207 and 489885.|
|Photo's author||Derek Harper User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||18 Jul 2007 00:00:00|
|Original size||480 x 640|
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