Towards Dockens Water.
Shows the location of [].
Between Grant Street and Garvald Street.
See [] (photographed by Stephen McKay in October 2010).
The River Severn is currently back in its course but residual flooding of the marshes near Tirley attracts large numbers of water birds including swans and gulls.
Looking across the red cliffs and coastline heading out past Sidmouth.
The rear of the shops at the junction of East William Street [].
A small pond passed by the Rutland Water circular path.
The existing house is Grade II listed, has ancillary office and coach house, plus private airstrip, and is set amid mature park lands. It was designed by architect James Fowler and built in 1856 after the earlier version of Dalby Hall was destroyed by fire in 1841. Later alterations and additions were executed by another church architect, Gothic Revival specialist Temple Moore.
It was used during WW2 as a British Resistance Auxiliary Unit HQ. Being in a secluded spot it was ideal. These qualities would doubtless have made it attractive to 007 actor Daniel Craig, who is rumoured to have bought it when it changed hands recently.
At the beginning of the track from the pool to Dockens Water.
A closed footpath due to the storms and erosion on the cliffs.
A few days after [] the flood waters are still well in evidence.
Looking up the hill near St Lawrence Street.