Posts for Northcott Mouth

The Belém: the history behind the boilers on the beach

  Written by Julie Satchell, a local maritime archaeologist, to commemorate the anniversary of the sinking of the Belem, November 20th, 103 years ago: The two large cylindrical metal objects which sit nestled in varying levels of sand just north of Northcott beach are the boilers of the steam ship […]

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Northcott Mouth 1970s

A more modern view of Northcott Mouth, probably from the 1970s or 1980s.

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Northcott Mouth 1970s

A view of Northcott Mouth, probably from the 1970s or 1980s.

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Northcott Mouth 1970’s

A more modern view of Northcott Mouth, probably from the 1970’s or 1980’s.

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Northcott Mouth 1910’s

The old cottages at Northcott Mouth – now somewhat modernised and enlarged – in a Thorn’s view from the 1910’s.

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Northcott Mouth 1860s

A very old Thorn’s photo, showing the cottages at Northcott Mouth in the 1860’s, looking very rustic, with cob walls, thatched roofs and a cart outside the door.

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Northcott Mouth 1953

The beach and houses at Northcott Mouth in 1953.

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Northcott Mouth 1930’s

Northcott Mouth beach and houses in the 1930’s.

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Northcott Mouth 1929

Nortcott Mouth looking south in 1929; showing the circular garden of the house.

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