SeahamSeaham is located on the Durham Coast of the North East of England. There were three deep mines here – which reached out 3 miles under the sea.



There’s now a small marina where ships used to be loaded with coal.  Evidence of the old mine buildings can be seen in the cliff face that surrounds the harbour.


Happisburgh Lighthouse


Managed to get away for a few days in my home county of Norfolk, England.  On the coast is a village of Happisburgh – it’s lighthouse makes a useful landmark when driving around the area.  Norfolk is known for being reasonably flat (though if you ride a bike you’d soon have a different opinion!).    I should take the Crow out but I haven’t.

More info on the lighthouse can be found at the village website.