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Walking beside the River Orwell estuary in Suffolk

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Walking beside the River Orwell estuary in Suffolk

Caption - Walking beside the River Orwell estuary in Suffolk. This river is home to a varied and diverse birdlife and also offers an interesting insight into the area's maritime history.

Walk 2017 : Pin Mill to Shotley Gate

Photographer : Suffolk Coast & Heaths AONB

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Suffolk Coasts and Heaths

The Suffolk Coast and Heaths National Landscape (formerly AONB) extends from the northern side of the Stour estuary to the east of Ipswich, to Kessingland in the North. Covering much of the land between the A12 trunk road and the coast - it is an area traversed by five superb and diverse estuaries. This physical landform has made the construction of a north - south coast road impossible and prevented much of the unsightly development common along many other stretches of coast. The area retains a remote atmosphere and gives the impression that many of this century's changes have passed it by. Historic towns and villages dating back to before the Doomsday Book make this an area of peace and tranquillity. More Information

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