Submitted by twosugars on Tue, 16/02/2016 - 9:11am
Corfe castle is best visited out of season as it is very much on the tourist trail, the path up to and through the castle is steep in places but requires no special footwear. Corfe castle is owned by the National Trust and charges a small fee - members go free.
Submitted by Jellyfire on Thu, 09/01/2014 - 4:42pm
Brograve drainage mill is a fine example of dereliction, set in a remote position about a miles walk from the nearest road. The red brick building is now just a shell, and the skeletal remains of the sails are just about hanging on.
Brograve drainage mill is a bit of a trek to get to but well worth it! The mill is generally viewed from the opposite side of the cut on which it's situated and the best views are from a distance with the cut leading towards the mill.
Submitted by Finch_Photos on Mon, 12/12/2011 - 3:17pm
This is Weston-super-Mare's lesser known second pier, although was the first of the two to be built. It has been closed for some years now and has been gradually falling into the sea since. A shame really because in its hey day it was quite a spectacle.
Submitted by fen_snapz on Sun, 11/12/2011 - 10:22pm
Rinsey tin mine, Wheal Coates mine, accessed via carpark and footpath down to beach, very steep walks to beach, but a picturesque cove. Walk down to the beach passes by large abandoned tin mine, nicely restored with views to the sea.