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Pondfield, Tyneham, Dorset, England
England

Pondfield is one of the many coves along the Dorset coast.  It is next to Warbarrow Tout, near the abandoned village to Tyneham.

Copyright: James Battersby
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Uploaded: 20/06/2010
Updated: 05/09/2014
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Tags: dorset; england; coast; tyneham; pondfield; warbarrow
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