Isle of Axholme Photographs
WATER FEATURE, CROWLE MARKET PLACE.
This unusual fountain is set into the paved area of Crowle market place. The paving slabs used in the market place have etchings in them creating a representation of the drainage network which surrounds the town.
A cold Winter's day on Keadby Canal
Currently moored at Keadby canal lock, this is a full size replica of the topsail schooner HMS Pickle. The original was built in 1799 and is famous for being the first ship to bring back reports of Lord Nelson`s victory at the Battle of Trafalgar when it arrived at Falmouth on the fourth of November 1805.
A section of the boundary wall at Curlews Farm in Ealand. The impressive house on the estate was built in the early nineteenth century and pottery from the Roman period has been discovered on the grounds.
Wharf Road in Ealand.
In the distance is 7 Lakes leisure park. This popular facility is built on the old brickworks site.
A view of some trees at the area commonly known as Double Rivers. This is on the road leading from Crowle to Belton where the river Torne is flanked by drainage dykes.
Changing Seasons Shot - Ealand