Lulworth Cove, Geologists' Association Swanage Excursion, May 14th 1910.
BGS image :ID P805970
Geologists' Association Swanage Excursion, May 14th 1910. Here the GA members travel by steamer. Disembarking in Lulworth Cove. Images from the T.W. Reader albums, Geologists' Association 'Carreck Archive'. Remember the other modes of transport? Bus, Steam train!
BGS image ID: P805969
The Cove at Lulworth has been hollowed out in the cliffs by the force of the waves. It is nearly circular in shape being 1380 feet across at 21 feet deep at low water with a break in the side by way of entrance from the sea.
BGS image ID: P805971
In the 'Good Old Days' Lulworth Cove was one of the chief centres of the smuggling trade along the south coast as owing to its peculiar conformation the entrance is practically hidden. Bob McIntosh