The Blackhead Path, Whitehead :: Shared Description


A path running from The Banks at Whitehead, along the shore, to the Blackhead Lighthouse (with a parallel path running inland along the cliff and higher ground). It is possible to walk back to Whitehead from the lighthouse, on a surfaced path, via Muldersleigh Hill, McCrea’s Brae and the Islandmagee Road. Steep in places and not suitable for wheelchairs.
by Albert Bridge
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J4892 : The Blackhead path and lighthouse, Whitehead by Albert Bridge
J4893 : Whins and cliff near Whitehead by Albert Bridge
J4793 : McCrea's Brae, Whitehead by Albert Bridge
J4792 : The Old Castle Road, Whitehead by Albert Bridge
J4893 : The shore near Whitehead (3) by Albert Bridge
J4893 : The coast north of Whitehead (1) by Albert Bridge
J4892 : The coast near Whitehead (2) by Albert Bridge
J4893 : Gate near the lighthouse, Whitehead by Albert Bridge
J4893 : Cliff and lighthouse, Whitehead by Albert Bridge
J4893 : WWII relics, Whitehead (1) by Albert Bridge
J4792 : Whitehead to Blackhead (2) by Albert Bridge
J4793 : McCrea's Brae, Whitehead (2) by Albert Bridge
J4893 : Whitehead to Blackhead (12) by Albert Bridge
J4792 : Whitehead to Blackhead (1) by Albert Bridge
J4892 : Whitehead to Blackhead (7) by Albert Bridge
J4893 : Whitehead to Blackhead (9) by Albert Bridge
J4893 : The entrance to the Blackhead lighthouse by Albert Bridge
J4892 : The coast near Whitehead (1) by Albert Bridge
J4892 : Whitehead to Blackhead (3) by Albert Bridge
J4792 : Berkeley Deane Wise plaque, Whitehead by Albert Bridge
J4893 : The coast below the Blackhead lighthouse, Whitehead by Albert Bridge
J4893 : Cliff near the lighthouse, Whitehead by Albert Bridge
J4892 : The shore at Whitehead by Albert Bridge
J4893 : The Blackhead lighthouse, Whitehead (2013) by Albert Bridge
J4892 : Rusty fence, Whitehead by Albert Bridge

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Created: Mon, 3 May 2010, Updated: Mon, 3 May 2010

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