We took the park and ride, which is a bit different from the usual, as it is by train! and whats nice about it is that the line runs along the edge of the Hayle River, which is tidal, so you see boats at their moorings, like these
£3.75, and Pat had a normal sized one filled with crab and prawn mix plus salad for £3:00, they were will warm and delicious too!
We conrinued our walk along towards the end of the harbour. As you can see, there were only a couple of people on the superb beach.
later after tea we drove down to the seafront at Marazion as it was low tide and I wanted to walk across the causeway. Pat sensibly elected to read a novel in the car while I sallied forth, and I soon realised that I was the only person on the causeway!
Anyway I wanted to photograph the unique rescue craft, which can best be described as a large amphibious lorry.
Just by the exit at the start of the causeway was a National Trust Notice about restoration work on the causeway, which test drillings had established that it had been laid straight on the sand with no foundations , so the the Trust is re-laying it on proper foundations but by bit (as it is only uncovered by the tide for four hours at a time, it is now to have a concrete and metal foundation layer like this.