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|Title||Top of the Smugglers Path at White Nothe The so-called "Smugglers Path" (in shadow) reaches the top of the White Nothe headland here, close to the WWII lookout post. The small 'tombstone' is a Coast Path marker that on the other side reads "SMUGGLERS PATH TO WHITE NOTHE UNDERCLIFF. STEEP HAZARDOUS ROUTE". Presumably this is to ensure that anyone wanting to make the descent starts off in the right place (rather than plunging off the cliffs).|
|Photo's author||Jim Champion User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||24 Oct 2006 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
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|Camera model||OLYMPUS IMAGING CORP. / SP500UZ|
|Exposure time||1/800 s|
|Focal length||8.6 mm|
Smugglers Path down cliffs of the White Nothe headland The name "White Nothe" literally means "White Nose", which is how the chalk headland once appeared. Much of it has greened over during the past c…
Top of the Smugglers Path at White Nothe The so-called "Smugglers Path" (in shadow) reaches the top of the White Nothe headland here, close to the WWII lookout post. The small 'tombstone' is a Coast P…
The Smugglers' Path on the White Nothe headland, Dorset, U.K.
The shiny sky and the dark sea
Two-storey lookout post on top of White Nothe This must be the highest building on the Dorset Coast, a two-storey lookout on top of the White Nothe headland with views across Weymouth Bay to the Isle …
White Nothe seen from Coastal Path
The ditch of the Iron Age fort at White Nothe
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White Nothe A very grassy area between the cliffs and farmland. Looking towards Whitenothe Cottages and an old lookout post.
Whitenothe Cottages. These ex-coastguard cottages are on top of the Whitenothe headland, and at around 150 metres above sea level they are the highest dwellings on the Dorset coastline. They face sout…
White Nothe Fence-posts without a fence are almost hidden by the tall grass. Alongside is farmland. Ahead are the exposed former coastguards' cottages and a lookout post.
White Nothe from the shore below the undercliff Looking towards the nose of White Nothe, which isn't so white anymore. The white is due to the underlying chalk which dips southwards here. At the point…