Dorset                                                   Photos by Hetty

4th July 2021

It was a damp day when we wandered around Poole, following the Cockle Trail.

The Poole Arms on Poole Quay dates back to the early 1600s. The front is covered with green tiles made by the forerunner of Poole Pottery

Quite a few of the buildings were once warehouses

Customs House 1813/14

Once the Town Cellars (15th century)

Part of the King Charles pub dates from Tudor times.

Hotel du Vin built in 1776

18th century Poole House




Late 16th century houses

Georgian houses

The Guildhall – 1761 – there used to be a market underneath.

Angel Inn, built in the late 18th century.

The Antelope was a coaching inn for coaches to Bristol, Bath and London in the 1800s, with origins 500 years ago.

Next: Fordingbridge

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