Beachley; 23 06 2010 and 22 04 2014

Beachley is on the isthmus formed by the Wye meeting the Severn at a angle. It is a curious place. There is a WW2 pill box looking down stream; lots of driftwood; the Wye bridge; the Severn Bridge; a coast guard station and SARA satation, salt marsh and the inevitiable mud; and the old Old Passage Ferry stone slipway. Sadly, there are memorials to two children who were drowned when playing by the incoming tide. Tide high-ish.

More images

With Davina Kirkpatrick 22 04 2014

Jump to the place marker on the SES map here