Holyhead Breakwater Country Park

Rugged cliff top walks, amazing scenery and with a little bit of industrial heritage., Holyhead Breakwater Country Park is a hidden gem that I knew nothing about until yesterday Situated on the isle of Anglesey, North Wales the park takes in some of the coastline to the east/west of the Port of Holyhead (more about... Continue Reading →

Weekly Photo Challenge: Renewal

Or, for this week….”The Duke Gets A New Livery”. I have written before about the “Duke of Lancaster” an abandoned passenger ferry berthed just a long the coast from me. Nicknamed “the Funship” it has been used as night-club and a storage facility, but in recent years it has become a rusting hulk, no longer... Continue Reading →

South Stack Lighthouse, Anglesey

The things I will do to get a photograph....like climb down and then climb up again around 400 stone steps down a very windy cliff-side path to South Stack Lighthouse. The island of South Stack (Welsh: Ynys Lawd) is an island situated just off Holy Island on the North West coast of Anglesey. It is famous as... Continue Reading →

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