Corfe Castle lies 5 miles south-east of Wareham and 20 miles from Dorchester. The first part of the name 'Corfe' derives from the Old English 'Corf' meaning a cutting or pass, describing the gap in the Purbeck Hills where the castle stands.
June 2008 - Corfe village from the castle.
June 2008 - A passing steam train on its way to Swanage.
June 2008 - The village stores on East Street.
June 2008 - The Bankes Arms Hotel
June 2008 - Corfe Castle church is dedicated to King Edward.
February 2010 - This is the museum. The plaque on the wall reads the smallest Town Hall in England.
February 2010 - The Fox Inn, West Street
February 2010 - The village centre with the Castle which dominates the view.
February 2010 - The village Post Office.
February 2010 - Gargoyles on the church tower. The church is dedicated to St Edward King and Martyr.
May 2014 - Arriving at Corfe on the park and ride train from Norden.
May 2014 - Corfe Castle Station from the footbridge.
May 2014 - A diesel departing Corfe for Swanage.
May 2014 - Corfe Castle station signal box.
May 2014 - M7 locomotive 30053 arriving at Corfe station to take us back to Norden.
May 2014 - The loco is moved to the front of the train to take it back to Swanage.