The upper Severn estuary at Lydney, Glocestershire; a typical low tide scene, showing the remains of 18th and 19th century Severn trows surviving in the mud (photo:© Mark Horton)

The upper Severn estuary at Lydney, Glocestershire; a typical low tide scene, showing the remains of 18th and 19th century Severn trows surviving in the mud (photo:© Mark Horton)

2009-10-17T16:07:24+00:0017 October, 2009|Comments Off on The upper Severn estuary at Lydney, Glocestershire; a typical low tide scene, showing the remains of 18th and 19th century Severn trows surviving in the mud (photo:© Mark Horton)
The upper Severn estuary at Lydney, Glocestershire; a typical low tide scene, showing the remains of 18th and 19th century Severn trows surviving in the mud (photo:© Mark Horton)

The upper Severn estuary at Lydney, Glocestershire; a typical low tide scene, showing the remains of 18th and 19th century Severn trows surviving in the mud (photo:© Mark Horton)