Wednesday, September 11, 2019


I'm always interested in roads that aren't always roads.

Looking at maps I came across the village of Sunderland. Situated on the edge of Morcambe Bay where the river Lune meets the sea. The road to the village is 1.25 miles across salt flats. You have to be careful of the tides as the road is flooded at high tide.

Luckily the tide was out so I was able to drive and have a quick look around.

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The civic centre is 60/70s brutalist. Took a quick walk around the building while on Tuesday night beer run.