(Above image is a capture of Tyninghame Beach with Bass Rock.) This afternoon, my wife and I visited Tyninghame Beach (aka Ravenshaugh Sands) which is located on the east coast of Scotland, between North Berwick and Dunbar, about thirty miles east of Edinburgh. Windy conditions near Bass Rock. As will be evident from the images herein, this is an absolutely stunning site, especially in the sunny conditions we encountered. The beach forms part of a nature preserve and is not easy to find. Access entails an approx.one mile walk along rough trails from the nearest car park. Beach vista As a bonus, there is an unusual site, just off the beach at the southern end, in form of a collection of about one hundred concrete blocks which I assume to have been 'tank blockers' which would have been originally positioned on the beach to thwart landings of enemy tanks in WW2. From a military persective Tyninghame Beach, with its long
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