The shoreline at Silverdale is a favourite for many people. Rugged limestone cliffs, rocky beach and a vast expanse of water at high tide (the speed of which has to be seen to be believed) bring visitors from far and wide. Ancient woodlands stand atop the limestone cliffs with their twisted and gnarled wind blown trunks looking more like sculptures than nature. Victorian bottles and china-ware (from an old Victorian tip)can be found by fossicking along the slowly eroding edge of the grassy banks near the beach car park.
Silverdale Beach on Morecambe Bay
The beach, from the footpath to Bank House Farm a National
Trust site with a field containing wild orchids
A lone pine clings to the cliff tops
Twisted and gnarled wind blown trunks looking more like
sculptures than nature.
A view back down the beach
Huge skies and endless horizons set on a tranquil beach
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