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The Most Haunted House In England | BORLEY RECTORY | Haunted Essex

The Most Haunted House In England | BORLEY RECTORY | Haunted Essex

The Most Haunted House In England | BORLEY RECTORY | Haunted Essex Ghostly Nuns, Monks, Eerie footsteps, Phantoms caught on camera – Borley is certainly one of the most famous of all the haunted locations across the British Isles. Welcome to Borley Church and the ghosts that dwell here. The Rectory hasn’t had much luck …

Kayaking The Dedham Vale | The River Stour | Constable Country | Flatford Mill

Kayaking The Dedham Vale | The River Stour | Constable Country | Flatford Mill

Kayaking The Dedham Vale | The River Stour | Constable Country | Flatford Mill The river stour is 47 miles long and forms most of the county boundary between Suffolk to the north, and Essex to the south. It rises in eastern Cambridgeshire, passes to the east of Haverhill, through Cavendish, Bures, Sudbury, Dedham and flows through the Dedham Vale an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It …

Exploring Tilbury Fort, Essex / The River Thames Military Fort

Exploring Tilbury Fort, Essex / The River Thames Military Fort

Exploring Tilbury Fort, Essex / The River Thames Military Fort Tunnels, Mortuary, Gunpowder, Prisoners – Tilbury Fort, Essex is steeped in history. In this video, we explore this incredible Military Fort situated on the bank of the River Thames. Tilbury Fort is one of the finest surviving examples of 17th-century military engineering in England. Originally …

The Jacobite Prisoners of Tilbury Fort | Battle Of Culloden Prisoners Camp

The Jacobite Prisoners of Tilbury Fort | Battle Of Culloden Prisoners Camp

The Jacobite Prisoners of Tilbury Fort | Battle Of Culloden Prisoners Camp So how does Tilbury Fort play a role in the Jacobite Rebellion? Well the connection is very dark and associated with the imprisonment, death and execution of many Jacobite prisoners. Today, a Culloden memorial stone can be found on the site, an actual …

Exploring Coalhouse Fort – East Tilbury, Essex | History Video

Exploring Coalhouse Fort - East Tilbury, Essex | History Video

Exploring Coalhouse Fort – East Tilbury, Essex | History Video Coalhouse Fort occupies a strategic location on the north bank of the River Thames, fronted by salt-marshes. Construction begun in 1861 to counter the threat of a French invasion and is one of the most important military sites in Essex. The strategic importance of this …

Kayaking The River Crouch – Hullbridge to Battlesbridge – Through Muddy Jellyfish Waters

Kayaking The River Crouch - Hullbridge to Battlesbridge - Through Muddy Jellyfish Waters

Kayaking The River Crouch – Hullbridge to Battlesbridge – Through Muddy Jellyfish Waters Join us as we Kayak through the muddy waters of the River Crouch, A tidal Estuary in Essex, England. Along the way we come across thousands of Jellyfish right beneath our kayaks, so we plunge the GoPro into the muddy murky waters …

North Devon Coastal Path And Valley Of The Rocks

North Devon Coastal Path And Valley Of The Rocks

North Devon Coastal Path And Valley Of The Rocks Stunning Craggy Cliffs, Spectacular Seascape Views – The North Devon Coastal Path and The Famous Valley Of The Rocks has everything you would want whilst hiking the coastline of England. Join us, as we begin our journey at Lynton and Lynmouth and follow the rugged coastal …

Lynton and Lynmouth Cliff Railway – World’s Highest, Steepest Water Powered Railway – POV

Lynton and Lynmouth Cliff Railway - World's Highest, Steepest Water Powered Railway - POV

Lynton and Lynmouth Cliff Railway – World’s Highest, Steepest Water Powered Railway – POV Built in 1890, and connecting the twin towns of Lynton and Lynmouth – This Cliff Railway is the World’s Highest, Steepest Water Powered Railway. Join us as we explore the railway history and venture onboard for an incredible journey up the …

Lynton and Lynmouth, North Devon – Virtual Walk and Exploration

Lynton and Lynmouth, North Devon - Virtual Walk and Exploration

Lynton and Lynmouth, North Devon – Virtual Walk and Exploration The coastal village of Lynmouth sits in a narrow gorge beside the West and East Lyn rivers, whilst the village of Lynton sits 700 feet above on top of the cliff which overlooks the Bristol channel. The area has outstanding natural beauty and was location …

Exploring Westward Ho! Beach, North Devon

Exploring Westward Ho! Beach, North Devon

Exploring Westward Ho! Beach, North Devon Westward Ho! Beach is 2.5km long, hidden beneath the sands are two historical shipwrecks and the beach is a staggering 800m in width at low tide. Join me as I explore this stunning blue flag beach in North Devon, as I walk its full length until its final end …