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New Grimsby Bay, Tresco
England

With a great view across the bay to the island of Bryher beyond, New Grimsby is the the main hub of habitation on the island of Tresco. With night skies untouched by light pollution and an almost sub tropical feel, Tresco is a peaceful destination for holidaymakers and day-trippers alike.

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Uploaded: 09/04/2011
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