Tuesday, 19 May 2015

Ulverstone and beyond.

Whist at Turners Beach we took a drive further to the west along the coast of Tasmania for me to take some photos.

Below is the Memorial Clock Tower at Ulverstone which is not far from Turners Beach.  The town has 2 supermarkets as in Coles and Woolworths, Newsagency, Bakeries, clothing, shoe and food shops plus of course the Post Office, a Pub and various other stores.  They are all mainly in the main street.


The clock looks lovely at night because it's all lit up and a round a about at the base of it.









These 2 rocks are part of 3 of which you can just see the 3rd one on the right, they are known as the 3 sisters.




Just the views from the side of the road along a small part of the North West Coast.

33 comments:

Linda Kay said...

Lovely pictures of the sea, and I do love that clock tower! Happy Monday!

whiteangel said...

Thank you....was a rough sea day when I took those photos..

Gwen said...

Beautiful photos...my soul just loves the ocean....(who's doesn't, huh?)

Craig said...

Really lovely scenery Margaret. I especially like that railway line sneaking alongside the coast!

Andrew said...

The clock looks brilliant even in the daylight.The railway line snaking along the coast is cute and it looks like the track has been replaced not too long ago.

Huggybear said...

Interesting report.
Colin

Gosia k said...

great clock

Adam said...

that's a very unique clocktower

Rosemary said...

The cove with the rough sea and the railway line is lovely

Cynthia said...

The modern clock tower is pretty, but the views are glorious! Nice photos.

Linda said...

Gorgeous and picturesque views! The clock is lovely.

Jo-Anne's Ramblings said...

Wow what bloody awesome photos and what a bloody awesome view.I like that clock

The Yum List said...

I forget sometimes how much I miss that fresh clean environment (city life) and your beautiful shots always remind me.

whiteangel said...

Thank you Gwen. Am at present at the beach on our East Coast, lovely listening to the calm sea.

whiteangel said...

Thank you. I noticed it from the vehicle so had to stop to take the photo....looks like a snake, that is why we have windy roads, the engineer was following a snake!

whiteangel said...

The clock is very different, the council have kept it looking good. I couldn't say when the railway line was upgraded, but it does look good. No passengers on the train either..

whiteangel said...

Thanks, and a very short comment from you :)

whiteangel said...

Different Gosia.

whiteangel said...

It is different.

whiteangel said...

It's a very pretty drive especially for those that are not used to travelling along a coast line...

whiteangel said...

Thanks Cynthia.

whiteangel said...

Thanks...it's all different for a change.

whiteangel said...

Thanks Jo-Anne..

whiteangel said...

That's a nice thing to say :)

Huggybear said...

Sorry - Laryngitis of the fingers???
Cheers
Colin

diane b said...

Just beautiful scenery and shots.

Joy said...

Those are fantastic pictures. Lovely view out there:)

whiteangel said...

Thanks Diane.

whiteangel said...

Thanks...different to where you live..:)

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

Travelling on your new caravan seems a lot of fun.

whiteangel said...

It is, at another beach at the moment....

Mildred said...

I AM ENJOYING THE PICTURES FROM YOUR CARAVAN ADVENTURE.

whiteangel said...

That's good, there will be more, am at the beach again...