United Kingdom Ashlett Creek / Ashlett Mill.

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michael bennett

About this spot
Great spot for photography consisting of an 18th century tidal mill, a natural tidal inlet of Southampton waters and a lovely 160 year old wood and brick pub with an open fire. what more could a photographer ask for. At the beginning of the 20th century ships of up to 150 tons where unloaded here on Victoria Quay on the high tides, the mill was rebuilt in 1816 and is 3 storeys high with a tiled mansard roof currently used as a clubhouse for the sailing club. There is also a lovely walk to Calshot Split from here that takes about 40 mins and is a great spot for photographing ocean liners leaving from Southampton docks.

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michael bennett

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