Gallery: Devon


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Devon is a county of England, it is part of South West England, and it reaches from the Bristol Channel in the north to the English Channel in the south and has borders with Cornwall, Somerset and Dorset. The county town is the City of Exeter and there are seven districts within the county; these are East Devon, Mid Devon, North Devon, South Hams, Teignbridge, Torridge and West Devon.

The north and south coast of Devon have many seaside resorts, fishing towns and ports. Inland, there are the wide open spaces of Dartmoor and Exmoor. The climate of Devon is relatively mild, especially in the south and much of the economy is linked to tourism and agriculture.

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>The River and Harbour Area, Lynmouth by Rod Johnson


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The River and Harbour Area, Lynmouth

A coastal scene at Lynmouth in North Devon, England. This scene shows the end of West Lyn River as it flows into the Atlantic Ocean, the harbour and the buildings along Riverside Road and then in the centre is Rhenish Tower.

Image Ref. 56014-RDA

>Rocky Coastline, Combe Martin by Rod Johnson


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Rocky Coastline, Combe Martin

A view along the rocky coastline of Combe Martin in North Devon, England. The scene was captured close to Newbury Beach; it shows the rocky cliffs and a glimpse of Combe Martin Bay.

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>Fishing Gear On Beer Beach, Devon by Rod Johnson


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Fishing Gear On Beer Beach, Devon

Fishing gear stacked on the shingle beach at Beer in East Devon, England. Beer is a tiny fishing village without a harbour, so boats are hauled up onto the beach and the fishing nets, lobster pots and other equipment is stacked on the beach where it can be easily loaded onto the boats.

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>Ilfracombe Harbour At Low Water by Rod Johnson


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Ilfracombe Harbour At Low Water

The outer harbour and quay at Ilfracombe in North Devon, England. This view at low water shows a boat in the dry harbour, the quay and buildings, the Verity sculpture and in the distance are the cliffs of Hillsborough.

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>Fishing Boats and Net On Beer Beach by Rod Johnson


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Fishing Boats and Net On Beer Beach

Three fishing boats and a fishing net, pictured on the shingle beach at Beer in Devon, England. A small fleet of working fishing boats operates from this beach. Beer is a tiny fishing village on the south coast, midway between Sidmouth and Lyme Regis. Behind the brightly coloured boats, is a glimpse of Lyme Bay.

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>Sidmouth Lifeboat Station by Rod Johnson


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Sidmouth Lifeboat Station

The independent Lifeboat Station on the Esplanade at Sidmouth in East Devon, England. The Sidmouth Lifeboat is an Arctic 24 self righting rigid inflatable inshore lifeboat and has a four man crew. The volunteer crew are on call 24 hours a day throughout the year; the service is totally self-funded by the local community and is not part of the RNLI. Pictured here, the boathouse and shop are open to visitors who generously help with the funding.

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>Boats In Lynmouth Harbour by Rod Johnson


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Boats In Lynmouth Harbour

A variety of small boats at their moorings in the harbour at Lynmouth in North Devon, England. The scene shows the Rhenish Tower, the pier, slipway, jetty, the mouth of East Lyn River, the beach and the cliffs leading to Foreland Point.

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>Crossing The Ford At Sidmouth by Rod Johnson


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Crossing The Ford At Sidmouth

The ford through the River Sid at Sidmouth in East Devon, England. A car is pictured crossing the ford which connects Milford Road and Mill Street.

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>Jacobs Ladder, Sidmouth by Rod Johnson


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Jacobs Ladder, Sidmouth

Jacobs Ladder at Sidmouth in Devon, England. Jacobs Ladder beach is located at the western end of the town's beaches. The south facing beach is pictured here at high water and shows just the upper layer of shingle, but at low water, a large expanse of sand and rock pools is exposed. The pebbles are protected by law. The beach gets its name from the white painted wooden structure, also called Jacobs Ladder. This landmark structure consists of three flights of steps and it provides the quickest access between the beach and Connaught Gardens on the cliff top. The original structure was built in 1853, since then it has been rebuilt and repaired. The present wooden stairway is a Grade II listed. The scene shows people enjoying the autumn sunshine, high above them is the clock tower and to the left is the end of a row of beach huts.

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>Rhenish Tower and Quay, Lynmouth, Devon by Rod Johnson


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Rhenish Tower and Quay, Lynmouth, Devon

The Rhenish Tower and quay at Lynmouth in North Devon, England. The original tower was built in the 1850s by General Rawdon, for the purpose of storing water to supply his house with sea baths. That tower was destroyed during the Lynmouth Flood of 15th - 16th August 1952. Later, in April 1954 a replacement was built to replicate the original tower. This is now a Grade II listed building and a historic landmark for the village of Lynmouth. The relevant years are inscribed on a stone attached to the tower.

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>Combe Martin, Beach and Village by Rod Johnson


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Combe Martin, Beach and Village

A view looking down Seaside Hill towards the beach and the village of Combe Martin in North Devon, England. The scene shows the beach and some of the buildings bathed in bright sunshine and then the distant hills surrounded by clouds and mist.

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>Salcombe Hill Cliff, Sidmouth by Rod Johnson


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Salcombe Hill Cliff, Sidmouth

Salcombe Hill cliff, located to the east of Sidmouth in Devon, England. The view looking towards Beer Head shows the red-brown mudstone cliff which is subject to frequent rock falls and up to 1m of the cliff top is being lost each year due to the effects of erosion. Two tiny figures are pictured walking along the shingle beach; this gives a sense of scale to the scene.

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