Crow Point Wreck

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The early morning's golden light falls on the old wreck whilst the spring tide slowly rises around it at Crow Point.
Braunton Burrows is a sand dune system on the North Devon coast. Braunton Burrows is a prime British sand dune site, the largest sand dune system in England. It is particularly important ecologically because it includes the complete successional range of dune plant communities, with over 400 vascular plant species. Situated at the south end of Braunton Burrows is Crow Point Lighthouse, which guides vessels navigating the Taw and Torridge estuary. The lighthouse is a small tubular steel structure, powered when first built by acetylene gas, and now by solar power following conversion in 1987.
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