Marine Conservation Centre, Kimmeridge The Centre has a display of local marine life, live CCTV from The Ledges and information about the Marine Nature Reserve.
Deserted cottage, Leigh Barton No road, no sun, no view, no power, no sewerage - no sale!
|Title||Sticklepath Interchange, Barnstaple Controversial "artwork" arranged on the roundabout at the Northern end of the new Western Bypass crossing over the River Taw.|
|Photo's author||Rabbi WP Thinrod User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||01 Sep 2007 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 313|
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|Camera model||Canon / Canon EOS 400D DIGITAL|
|Exposure time||1/200 s|
|Focal length||44.0 mm|
Going down Sticklepath Hill towards the intersection with the new bridge.
Sticklepath Interchange, Barnstaple Controversial "artwork" arranged on the roundabout at the Northern end of the new Western Bypass crossing over the River Taw.
Circle of stones, Sticklepath Junction
Circle of stones, Sticklepath Junction How come these need to be supported when the ones at Stonehenge and other sites stand up on their own without the benefits of modern knowledge and technology?
Stones on Sticklepath Roundabout
A plaque on the 'roundabout of rocks' otherwise known as Barum Stenning
Sticklepath Stones roundabout
Sticklepath Stones roundabout This roundabout is comparatively new in Barnstaple and is part of the Western Bypass. Some locals were upset that the decoration chosen for this roundabout comprises Corn…
Barum Stenning on Sticklepath Hill
Leaving Barnstaple on the Southwest Coast Path The path here is sandwiched between industrial areas.
Sticklepath Hills, Barnstaple On the extreme left, above the retaining wall, is Old Sticklepath Hill (which could have been the original line of the main road to Bideford). That was replaced by Stickl…