The Cobb, Lyme Regis
The Cobb, 13th century seawall famous for its association with the John Fowles novel, 'The French Lieutenant's Woman'
Cannon on The Cobb, Lyme Regis
Cannons on The Cobb
Lyme Regis sunrise
Sunrise looking towards Golden Cap
Fossil on the beach at Lyme Regis
Imprint of a fossil found on the beach
The beach, Lyme Regis
Lyme Regis beach, looking towards Golden Cap
Walking on the beach
Walking along the beach. The cliffs here are superb for fossil hunting. With a keen eye you can find fossil remains just about anywhere you look!
Stairs on The Cobb
Precarious steps leading up to the top of the seawall on The Cobb. It was from these steps that Louisa Musgrove had her accident in Jane Austen's novel, 'Persuasion'.
entrance to the harbour
The entry to The Cobb. Note the cannon tip used to tie up ships!
boats in the harbour at Lyme Regis
Boats at anchor in the harbour
Boat tied up at The Cobb, Lyme Regis
Boat tied up along the Cobb. This same spot was used by sail-heavy ships in centuries past.

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