The photo was taken from Aughrim Hill.
Llithrfa yn arwain i'r aber yn Machynys.
Slipway leading towards the estuary at Machynys.
The latter stages of the demolition of Cockenzie power station which closed in March 2013.
The image was taken from Aughrim Hill.
Newcastle is unusual, for a city of its size, for the relative absence of tall buildings from its centre. Most of its towers are residential and scattered around outside - this might be the most central. By T.K. Powell & Partners, 1969-71, but owing its present appearance to Red Box Design's 2000 remodelling.
It is reflected in the library ([[]]).
I trod down the nettles and long grass to get a better view of this stone which appears to be marking the boundary between Heversham and Hincaster parishes. I could not find any markings on it.
View from near the weir at the Cockenzie side of the site. Much of the building has now gone.
Fire Station on the left.
Mackerel fishermen on the harbour wall during a very high tide.