Sunday, 10 October 2010

Amble Harbour

























Amble lies at the mouth of the river Coquet on the Northumberland coast, it once served as a  port for coal exports from the once thriving mining industry in Northumberland. The port  now has a thriving marina for leisure yachts but also still supports a small fishing fleet,  of which the Nimrod, can be seen here.

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