Dartmouth Harbour, on the Dart estuary.
One of the many historic buildings here
The inner harbour in Dartmouth
Atractive façades in Dartmouth
The Bottom ferry, just a pontoon pushed along by a tug, but surprisingly quick and efficient.
The river entrance with the Castle on the right
The Butterwalk in Dartmouth
Lucy steadfastly refused to board this ferry, so she went back to the car and stayed there while we went across to Kingswear
Hope cottage, adjacent to the bottom ferry in Dartmouth
The power behind the ferry
At Kingswear, this is the start of the next part of the South West Coast Path on to Brixham.
Both in need of some TLC
It does what it says on the tin
Looking upriver from Kingswear, the Royal Naval college is the sustantial building above the town on the opposite bank
The terminal of the Dart Railway
Sunglasses are needed here
The Café Alf Resco in Dartmouth is closed
Down on Slapton Sands this Sherman tank is the memorial to the many US troops who died here when a wartime exercise in preparation for D-day went catastrophically wrong
A craftily camouflaged 'pillbox' at Torcross, covering the Western end of Slapton sands
Home at the holiday 'cottage' after a long day - a cup of tea sounds just the job