|Title||Fishermans Path marker post Post on Formby beach marking start of path|
|Photo's author||Raymond Knapman User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||25 Aug 2009 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
|Retrieved from source on||02 Mar 2012 20:30:08 (UTC)|
Fishermans Path marker post
Fishermans Path marker post Post on Formby beach marking start of path
Wrecked channel buoy. A marker buoy for the Mersey channel washed up on Formby beach at the end of Fishermans Path.
Buoy washed up at Formby Point
End of the Fisherman's Path In the 1970s these were quite gentle dunes but by the 1990s they were sandy seacliffs.
Behind the Foredunes. Looking northwest from behind the foredunes, the land rises to the top of the foredunes which rise about seven metres above the beach level and have almost vertical faces.
Foredunes at Formby. View northwest across the foredunes from the southern edge of the square on a scorching hot July day.
Deadwood. These dead pine trees mark the boundary between the forested and scrub areas of the dunes.
Massams Slack (North)
Fisherman's Path , Freshfield.
Ainsdale Sand Dunes National Nature Reserve
Mad Wharf north of Fishermans path. Mad Wharf, also known as Formby Beach. The edge of the sand dune system can be seen to the east.
Dried Out Dune Slack. On the hottest ever recorded July day, this Dune slack was dry as a bone.
Ainsdale Sands The wide expanse of sand on Ainsdale beach.
Freshfield beach Long shadows on the beach in winter sunshine.
Ainsdale Beach and Sand Dunes. This photo was taken on New Years Eve in 2004, looking north along the sands approaching Ainsdale. Behind the dunes lies Ainsdale National Nature Reserve, home to Natter…
Merseyside, North West England, England, United Kingdom osm