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Coasts of Devon & Lundy island

their towns, villages, scenery, antiquities & legends

by Page, John Lloyd Warden

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Published by Cox in London .
Written in English

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  • England -- Description and travel.

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination444 p.
    Number of Pages444
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24180870M
    OCLC/WorldCa8715568

    Lundy Island and its wonderful assortment of rare wildlife, including puffins. A self-guided walking tour experiencing the highlights of Devon’s north coast, including Exmoor National Park. A 3-centre stay in Westward Ho!, Ilfracombe and Lynmouth, where Exmoor meets the sea. The coasts of Devon and Lundy Island; their towns, villages, scenery, antiquities and legends. by John Lloyd Warden Page. Share your thoughts Complete your review. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it * You Rated it *.

    The South West Coast Path is one of the UK’s National Trail footpaths, running miles from Minehead in Somerset, round the South West tip of England to Bournemouth in Dorset. This itinerary focusses on the Somerset & North Devon Coastline/ TripAdvisor reviews.   We've just spent a week on Lundy Island, off the north coast of Devon. A two hour boat trip on the MS Oldenburg transported us from Ilfracombe on the mainland to the three mile long granite outcrop that is Lundy. Home for the next seven days was .

    Lundy is an island 3 miles long and ½ mile wide off the north coast of Devon in the south west of the United Kingdom, where the Bristol Channel meets the Atlantic Ocean. Wikivoyage. Lundy Island is in the Bristol Channel and is three miles long and less than a mile wide. It is a Marine Nature Reserve and Site of Special Scientific Interest, managed by the National Trust and it has 28 residents who keep the island functioning. Lundy is an old Norse word for puffin and at one time the island was a huge puffin colony.


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Coasts of Devon & Lundy island by Page, John Lloyd Warden Download PDF EPUB FB2

Lundy is the largest island in the Bristol lies 12 miles (19 km) off the coast of Devon, England, about a third of the distance across the channel from Devon to South gives its name to a British sea area and is one of the islands of England.

Lundy is included in the district of Torridge with a resident population of 28 people in Area: ha (1, acres) or, km² ( sq mi). The Coasts of Devon and Lundy Island: Their Towns, Villages, Scenery, Antiquities and Legends (Classic Reprint) [Page, John Lloyd Warden] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Coasts of Devon and Lundy Island: Their Towns, Villages, Scenery, Antiquities and Legends (Classic Reprint). Name Index to The Coasts of Devon and Lundy Island: Their Towns, Villages, Scenery, Antiquities and Legends by John Lloyd Warden Page London: Horace Cox, Windsor House, Bream's Buildings, E.C.

(), maps, illus., pp. 1 day ago  The period of closure has also taken its toll in some less-obvious places too – like Lundy, a tiny, remote island off the coast of Devon. Lundy, which is home to less than 30 people, is dotted. Puffins off Lundy Island in Devon - in pictures.

Kayaker Rupert Kirkwood captured these stunning photos of a puffin at Lundy, an island off the coast of North Devon Author: Keith Rossiter. The Coasts Of Devon And Lundy Island by John Lloyd Warden Page,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

Lundy Island. Lundy lies off the coast of North Devon, where the Atlantic ocean meets the Bristol Channel with nothing between it and America, a granite outcrop, three miles long and half a mile wide.

In the hubbub of the modern world it is a place apart, peaceful and unspoiled. Published inthis book of over five hundred and seventy pages is a treasure-trove of information about the towns, villages, scenery, antiquities and legends on the coast and the Island of many illustrations this book is a great addition to any collection relating to Devon £ including UK Postage £ including Overseas.

Lundy Island, where pirates from the Republic of Salé had made their base, was attacked and bombarded, but despite this, the corsairs continued to mount raids on the coastal towns and villages in Cornwall, Devon and Dorset.

Puffins off Lundy Island in Devon - in pictures Environment Kayaker Rupert Kirkwood captured these stunning photos of a puffin at Lundy, an island off the coast of North Devon. The Coasts of Devon and Lundy Island; Their Towns, Villages, Scenery, Antiquities and Legends [John Lloyd Warden Page] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work was reproduced from the original artifact.

The fiftieth anniversary of the Lundy Field Society was celebrated in by, among other things, publishing Island Studies. The chapters of the book were intended to cover the history of research on the island, the early years of the Lundy Field Society and also to give an overview of the latest findings.

The island, which lies off the north coast of Devon where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Bristol Channel, encompasses a small village with an inn and a. The Coasts of Devon and Lundy Island: Their Towns, Villages, Scenery, Antiquities and Legends Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item.

Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Laura Ginn J 0 Comment Devon, Lundy Island.

Lundy Island is a wonderful gem nestled in the Atlantic, located about 15 km off the coast of North Devon. The region is known as a refuge for wildlife and is also Britain’s sole Marine Nature Reserve.

The region attracts people from all over the globe and the British Isles. Get away from it all with a trip to spectacular Lundy Island. Lying 12 miles off the coast of North Devon, where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Bristol Channel, this peaceful, unspoilt granite outcrop stands just three miles long and half a mile wide.

Lockdown puts wildlife conservation on Devon's Lundy Island at risk Steven Morris 12 hrs ago US coronavirus: Covid is more widespread than ever in the US, even hitting Americans living on islands. The coasts of North Devon, Cornwall and Lundy are littered with wrecks and we dive and fish on many of these throughout the course of the year.

Two shown here in archival photos, are the Montague and the Robert. One of the wrecks we have been diving, reported in 'Heritage Railway' had locomotives as cargo and we will report back here with our findings when we have more information as to their. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Page, John Lloyd Warden, Coasts of Devon & Lundy island.

London, Cox, (OCoLC) Lundy Island, where pirates from the Republic of Salé had made their base, was attacked and bombarded, but despite this, the corsairs continued to mount raids on the coastal towns and villages in Cornwall, Devon and Dorset” North to Old Lighthouse which was useless because of.

Lundy is a island belonging to Devon, lying 12 miles off the coast of Great Britain in the Bristol Channel, approximately one third of the distance between Devon and is within the Braunton Hundred of Devon.

The island measures about three miles by ¾ mile at its widest; 1, acres, or 1¾ square miles, and is the largest island in the Bristol Channel.Lundy Island, a bold outcrop of granite, juts over metres into the air from the Bristol Channel. It’s just 11 miles from the North Devon coast, but feels more remote; the landscape is barren and desolate, with wild, towering cliffs, wind-battered fields and little in the way of trees or shelter.

Lundy Island may have come under attack during the Viking raids on Devon, Bristol and Wales that took place in the eighth and ninth centuries. The Viking chieftain, Hubba, led a raid on North Devon from Wales in and was killed near Appledore on the coast of the mainland.