These are the pictures from the end of the walk. Follow this link to the start of the walk.
The first sight of Lyme from the road. We had to use the road due to a recent landslip on the coast path route. The route from Charmouth now mostly follows the road unfortunately.
The town of Lyme Regis below us.
The full extent of the Cobb now comes into view.
The road down to the town centre passes the church of St Michael the Archangel.
In the churchyard lies the grave on Mary Anning (1799 - 1847). Mary was one of the first fossil hunters. Mary was born just down the road on what is now the site of the museum.
The tight right hand corner on Bridge Street which leads down to the centre of the town.
From the sea front looking back towards Charmouth.
Lyme Regis promenade. It was very busy today.
A distant view of the Cobb complete with matchstick men and women!
The shingle beach has only been in place for a few years.
Looking back along the sea front from the lifeboat station.The final short leg of the walk to the Dorset/Devon border at Ware is saved for another day.