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The Harty Ferry
« Reply #1 on: March 07, 2009, 16:36:48 »
Took a trip out to Oare today near Faversham and had a walk around the nature reserve.
Was going to look at Oare Gunpowder Works too but they don't open till April at the weekends.

Heres some pictures from the mainland side of the Harty Ferry and of course information can be found on the Sheppey Website:

The Oare Marshes Visitor Centre which was formerly a watch house and customs outpost:

Looking down th
e slipway:

One of the posts marking the edge:

Close up of the Sheppey side:

Looking back towards Oare:

Couple of pictures of boats:


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