Poole High Level Photos - Sandbanks to Old Harry Rocks

Picture 4 in the series.

To the left is the end of the Sandbanks peninsula, with the chain ferrry clearly visible.

This is described as

"WELCOME to the BOURNEMOUTH-SWANAGE MOTOR ROAD AND FERRY COMPANY website.

The company operates the "Bramble Bush Bay" chain ferry that crosses the entrance to Poole Harbour between Sandbanks and Shell Bay.

The shortest route connecting BOURNEMOUTH and POOLE with SWANAGE.

Saving over 25 miles on a return journey from Poole to Swanage."

on the website http://www.sandbanksferry.co.uk/

 

Above the chain ferry to the right are Old Harry Rocks, described as follows

"Old Harry Rocks are two chalk sea stacks located at Handfast Point, on the Isle of Purbeck in Dorset, southern England.

Old Harry Rocks lie directly east of Studland, about 4 kilometres northeast of Swanage, and about 10 kilometres south of the large towns of Poole and Bournemouth.

The chalk headlands of the Ballard Downs are owned by the National Trust. The rocks can be viewed from the Dorset section of the South West Coastal Path."

Extract from Wikipedia

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Old_Harry_Rocks