|...and more squelchy fields (different colour this time)|
|We've got a funny chimmney|
|Back to the Wyre, now tidal - I was puzzled because it was flowing the wrong way - tide coming in|
|Jungle - many plastic bottles underfoot|
|And more squelch - if you really want to enhance your experience, click to enlarge|
The walk will eventually finish at the lefthand end after continuing up this right bank to Knott End and crossing on the ferry to come back down the other side
|Massive pylons take electricity across the Wyre|
Out Rawcliffe is a village and civil parish on the north bank of the River Wyre in the Over Wyre area of the Fylde in Lancashire, England...
... The village has one Anglican church, Out Rawcliffe St John Church, built in 1838 in the Romanesque style by John Deerhurst, the year after he had designed Preston Prison.
I think he must have been suffering from depression after the prison experience - this is one of the ugliest buildings I have seen for a while - (Grade 2 listed)
|Click to enlarge - I walked anticlockwise on the Wyre Way (green) from Ratten Row to Hambleton and back on the blue route. The eventual finish and proposed return can be seen arriving at the other side of Shard Bridge|