Isle of Wight - Brighstone Down and Winkle Street

8 June 2003

On the gentle climb up Brighstone Down, a view to the white cliffs of the south-west corner of the Isle of Wight

A few yachts off the coast looking across the coastal plain

George and Henry on the Tennyson Trail, which continues behind them all the way to the Needles

The dogs by the trig point on the top of Brighstone Down (214m / 702ft above sea level).

Westover Lodge at the end of Winkle Street in Calbourne

The chocolate-box image of Winkle Street (also known as Barrington Row) in Calbourne, with the Caul Bourne running in front of the houses, once powering five mills.


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