Spring morning in Shingle Street
A view south to one of many Martello Towers along the Suffolk coastline between Felixstowe and Aldeburgh. Suffolk’s Martellos were built to repel a possible invasion by Napoleon and his armies in the early 19th century.
Shingle Street is a remote coastal settlement on the North Sea coast of Suffolk. It is 8 miles north-east of Felixstowe and at the mouth of the River Ore and opposite the tip of Orford Ness
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