3. The East Devon Way: Lyme Regis ⇨ Uplyme ⇨ Musbury ⇨ Colyton 2018:05:09

A 10 mile linear walk with the Newton Abbot Ramblers.

We walked this using our own cars, leaving a car in Colyton and then driving to the long stay car park in Lyme Regis.

There are bus services from Colyton to Lyme Regis going via either Axminster or Seaton.

Lyme Regis Harbour
Lyme Regis Harbour

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Lyme Regis sea front
Lyme Regis sea front

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Lyme Regis sea front
Lyme Regis sea front

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The path starts at Coombe Street, and then the Town Mill, to follow The Lynch with the River Lim on one side and Lyme Regis mill race on the other.
The path starts at Coombe Street, and then the Town Mill, to follow The Lynch with the River Lim on one side and Lyme Regis mill race on the other.

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A pointed arch road bridge
A pointed arch road bridge

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Plenty of signs and waymarks!
Plenty of signs and waymarks!

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Mill Cottage
Mill Cottage

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The old water wheel still in place
The old water wheel still in place

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Bluebell, yellow archangel and wild garlic
Bluebell, yellow archangel and wild garlic

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Panorama of the village of Uplyme
Panorama of the village of Uplyme

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Panorama of the Viaduct at Cannington
Panorama of the Viaduct at Cannington

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The railway viaduct at Cannington
The railway viaduct at Cannington

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Bluebells in the field edges
Bluebells in the field edges

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and bluebells on the roadside verges and ditches
and bluebells on the roadside verges and ditches

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Panorama below Musbury Castle
Panorama below Musbury Castle

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Musbury Castle hill fort
Musbury Castle hill fort

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Orchids, ferms and bluebells in Musbury Castle
Orchids, ferms and bluebells in Musbury Castle

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Bluebells in the woods below Musbury castle
Bluebells in the woods below Musbury castle

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A panorama of Seaton, Colyford, Colyton and the Axe valley
A panorama of Seaton, Colyford, Colyton and the Axe valley

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Musbury Church
Musbury Church

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Inside Musbury Church
Inside Musbury Church

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Inside Musbury Church Drake monument in south aisle, erected in 1611 and extended circa 1646, with three pairs of kneeling figures facing east, separated by pilastered screens, all set on plinth with inscription panels over coats of arms separated by wide pilasters.
Inside Musbury Church Drake monument in south aisle, erected in 1611 and extended circa 1646, with three pairs of kneeling figures facing east, separated by pilastered screens, all set on plinth with inscription panels over coats of arms separated by wide pilasters.

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Inside Musbury Church
Inside Musbury Church

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Inside Musbury Church
Inside Musbury Church

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Musbury village
Musbury village

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Musbury village, wisteria in bloom
Musbury village, wisteria in bloom

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River Axe
River Axe

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Crossing the East Devon Tramway
Crossing the East Devon Tramway

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Colyton Church
Colyton Church

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Colyton Church
Colyton Church

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