A Grockle’s Eye View of Cornwall 5: Crossing the Cremyll Ferry to Plymouth

The latest installment in my series “A Grockle’s Eye View of Cornwall”. This starts my coverage of Saturday in Plymouth.


My nephew needed some things that we had to go to Plymouth for, and so he, my mother and I took the Cremyll ferry to Plymouth, attended to the shopping and then went up on to The Hoe (subject of my next post). 


Once we were safely aboard the ferry it was time for the camera to do its work:

HarbourClock near the Cremyll FerryThe Edgecumbe BelleMany boatsLooking towards PlymouthYachtsYachts and a small settlementView across the waterLooking towards the breakwaterWarehousesStatueWater viewPlymouth buildingsPlymouth buildings IISun on the watera forest of mastsBoatsApproaching Plymouth


We had a substantial walk from the ferry terminal on the Plymouth side to the shopping area, during which I saw a few things to photograph:

Southwest Coast path

The first (or last) pub in Devon
Depending on your viewpoint this is…
Twin signs
…either the first or last pub in Devon

Glass frontagePanelRoyal Marines BarracksRoyal marines Barracks IIWood fronted buildingSea ViewSea View IIOld building and giant craneMarinaOld buildingBrunel WayParkland entrancePortland stone buildingClock TowerOutiusde house of FraserDrake CircusThe approach to Drake CircusMetal columnA Day Out on the HoeDrake Circus circular benchTop of columnLarge buildingChurch towerPlymouth - Britain's Ocean CityLocal mapPlaqueArchInterlocking metal circles above one of tghe uprights of the archPlymouth Magistrates Court

Greedy Goose
The Greedy Goose, this is also the oldest house in Plymouth. I did not get to eat here, but it is a splendid building.

Greedy Goose courtyardChurchCity gull

Author: Thomas

I am branch secretary of NAS West Norfolk and #actuallyautistic (diagnosed 10 years ago at the comparatively advanced age of 31). I am a keen photographer, so that most of my own posts contain photos. I am a keen cricket fan and often write about that subject. I also focus a lot on politics and on nature.

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