See previous. The derelict state of much of the pier.
This pier measures 212 metres and was constructed between 1865 and 1867. It suffered much storm damage in 2014 and repair work is still taking place.
Teignmouth's Lifeboat Station.
A view of Teignmouth seafront looking south with Ness Head and Shaldon in the background.
A mini-lighthouse at the south end of the seafront.
See previous comments. This is an original Smugglers Tunnel leading down to the Ness Cove and is open 24/7.
See previous comments re Ness Head.
A view of the town from the top of the Ness Headland. And the pier is not as it seems with most of being derelict so pull your finger out Teignmouth Council!!!
Shaldon is a village and civil parish in South Devon situated on the south bank of the River Teign estuary opposite the town of Teignmouth. The magnificent Ness Headland a red hued landmark feature of the South Devon coastline. Ness beach is accessed via an original Smugglers Tunnel and the cove is one of the most picturesque and secluded beaches completely enclosed by the shelter of the cliffs above.