Skip to content

Smallest harbour

Seacliff Harbour - a small hole in massive rocks

Seacliff Harbour, North Berwick, Scotland, August 2020

Someone jumping into Seacliff Harbour

Seacliff is the smallest harbour in the UK, measuring just 3 metres in width. It was cut out of the red sandstone in 1890, using a steam engine and compressed air.

Someone jumping into Seacliff Harbour


Welcome to One Word Sunday, and over to all of you to join the challenge with your own small / smaller / smallest post.
To join the challenge, please use pingback by putting a link in your post to the URL of this post, allowing others to have the opportunity to visit and join the challenge.  Then come back here and leave us a comment.
If you have any problems with linking via pingback, just add your own URL into your comment.

Thanks to everyone who brought us a body or two last week. Special mention goes to Ju-Lyn for sharing a great Botero sculpture; Nicole for an iron man; Robert for some great street art, and; Sue for some merry lateral thinking.

If you didn’t have chance to check out everyone’s offerings, the links are below. Why not grab a coffee and go blog exploring.

     

Next week’s theme will be large / larger / largest.
Other forthcoming themes are listed here, and to see previous weeks of this challenge, click here

 


aDSC_0636_pp

 

 

Copyright Debbie Smyth, 31 January 2021

Posted as part of  One Word Sunday

69 replies »

    • Glad you like it, Arnaud. I’ve just been googling for the smallest in France and it came up with Port Racine. I’m not sure it really is the smallest but it has to be one of the most beautiful! Added to my list 🙂

      Like

  1. They must really wanted a harbor, to cut it out of stone! Yet, I understand that the Scotts are really very emotionally determined people. Neat view though:) Thanks for braving your life to get some these views for us! Mine was barely seen with the eye. https://wp.me/p9EWyp-2F5

    Like

    • It is a private estate and it was built by the owner of the time.
      I don’t know if he built it for personal use or to aid the local area.

      The links you have given don’t work, but I’ve added one that does in the comment above.

      Like

    • It’s a wonderful spot that I plan to return to. I only found it because I was trying to get views of Tantallon Castle which was closed due to lockdown. This harbour and beach have lovely views of both the castle and Bass Rock

      Like

        • You go juts past Tantallon (from North Berwick) then take an unsuspecting path on the left, and if in a car you have to pay to go down a long even more unsuspecting track. Eventually you emerge in a car park just above the beach. Do add it to your things-to-do-outside-EU list 🙂

          Liked by 1 person

Come join the conversation:

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 7,263 other followers

Popular Posts

Walking the pathless woods
Working in Venice
A country ending in K
Rainy night in London
Beach tree
Broadstairs to Margate: an easy coastal walk
%d bloggers like this: