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Nothe Tavern

Picture by Jim Linwood

Picture by Jim Linwood

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Training Ship Pelican

Picture by Jim Linwood

Picture by Jim Linwood

The Traing Ship Pelican of London seen here moored at Weymouth was built in 1948 by Chantiers et Ateliers Augustin Normand at Le Havre as a double beam arctic trawler.

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Brewers Quay

Picture by Jim Linwood

Picture by Jim Linwood

Amid the labyrinth of paved courtyards and cobbled streets of this redeveloped Victorian brewery at Weymouth nestles a unique Shopping Village packed with specialist shops and attractions. Set within the historic Hope Square, alive with cafes, bars and bistros, Brewers Quay offers a unique experience for the whole family.

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Picture by Jim Linwood

Picture by Jim Linwood

The Rodwell Trail follows the track bed of the old Weymouth to Portland Railway for two and a quarter miles between Abbotsbury Road, Weymouth at Westham Halt to just beyond Wyke Regis Halt at Ferry Bridge. The line closed to Passengers on 2nd March 1952 and finally closed to Freight traffic on 5th April 1965. The trail is a very pleasant walk with access at several places along the line. There are no less than four old Railway Stations and Halts all of which have the British Railways Totem name signs proudly displayed on the platforms.

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Flotilla

Picture by Gary

Picture by Gary

The ducklings have hatched on Radipole Lake at Weymouth, there are 14 of them travelling in convoy behind this proud mother.

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See Day 1 for the background on the 2009 Jurassic Coast Challenge.

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