Day Seventeen

We set off back to England via the new Queensferry Crossing across the Firth of Forth, and alongside the route of the re opened Borders railway towards Carlisle. Then the A7 and M6 to Morecambe.

The Queensferry Crossing opened two years ago.
All 3 bridges
After 16 sunny days, as soon as we got to England it rained!
View from our bedroom window in Morecambe.

We stopped for the night in Morecambe to break up the long journey from Dundee to Dursley. Also it was nice to revisit a place I visited as a child.

My Grandma, Mum, Dad and siblings sitting on a bench on Marine Road, probably 1961/2. I’m on the left at the back.
Me sitting on a bench in the same place.
View from the bench over Morecambe Bay.
Andy and Eric Morecambe

Tomorrow we will be back in Dursley.

Thank you for following, I hope you enjoyed my posts.

Until next time,

Carol

7 thoughts on “Day Seventeen

  1. We hope the final leg of the journey goes smoothly. It’s been interesting following your trip & you’ve certainly had some decent weather, or so it seems from most of the pictures you’ve shared. All the best, Peter & Teresa.

  2. Hi Carol,
    I have loved looking at all your pictures. It always makes me want to travel!
    The sun has been shining in Stroud today so maybe it will still be sunny tomorrow.
    Hope to see you soon,
    Ruth

  3. How nice to have a photo taken in the same place. See Andy found a friend! Safe journey home and see you soon.

  4. It’s been great following you around Scotland. Thanks for the blog. It brings back many happy memories for us.

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