Map of Morecambe Bay Creeks of Lancaster DownloadsDownload (PDF, 5.42MB)Map of Morecambe Bay area showing site locations for the Creeks of Lancaster ProjectCreator Wardell Armstrong Date created July 2017 Time period 2017 Contributor Morecambe Bay Partnership Copyright Morecambe Bay Partnership Access Open Reference number H2H.0059 Format Map (7) Themes Ports, docks and canals (41) No CommentsStart the ball rolling by posting a comment on this page! Add a comment about this pageYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Your comment:Name * Email * I consent to my name and e-mail address being stored along with this comment, and to the website editors communicating with me by e-mail about the comment if necessary. My name may be published alongside the comment on the website, but my e-mail address will not be published. My information will not be shared with any third party (see our Privacy Statement - opens in a new window). * Ports, docks and canals3D model of Hest Bank JettyBarrow-in-Furness DocksBarrow-in-Furness: The early daysCanal Foot SongClose up image of a gabion, a wire cage filled with stones for defence against coastal erosion.Close up image of a gabion, a wire cage filled with stones for defence against coastal erosion.Close-up of a small section of plaque on Sambo's Grave at Sunderland Point showing some of the lettering on the grave marker, mainly the name H. Bell and the date 1796.Close-up of top half of plaque on Sambo's Grave at Sunderland Point showing some of the lettering on the grave marker.Close-up of top half of plaque on Sambo's Grave at Sunderland Point showing some of the lettering on the grave marker.Growing up at Canal Foot - Eunice Sampson, Jane Smith and Ann JohnsonIron and Steel Works, Barrow-in-FurnessMap of Morecambe Bay Creeks of LancasterOral history interview with Denys Vaughan, born in Barrow 1931, now lives in GrangeOral history interview with Eunice Sampson, Jane Smith and Ann Johnson. Life at Canal Foot Ulverston, Glaxo.Oral history interview with Graham Maclean, Director, General Manager and Harbour Master of Heysham Port.Oral history interview with Helen Loxam, current Chief Executive of the Lancaster Port CommissionOral history interview with Keith Tassart and Frank Sanderson. Worked for British Waterways on the Lancaster Canal.Oral history interview with Maisie and John MurrayPlover Scar lighthouse seen from Sunderland Point at dusk.Plover Scar lighthouse seen from Sunderland Point at dusk.Postcard. Walney BridgeSambo's Grave at Sunderland Point.Smugglers Cave on Holme Island - Gillian AsplinThe Creeks of Lancaster: Initial Archaeological Desk-based assessment and Report on Wardley's CreekThe Lune estuary at dusk from Sunderland Point.The Lune estuary at Sunderland Point showing five small boats.The remains of the barque "Vanadis" in Half Moon Bay, HeyshamThe rocky shore at Sunderland Point at dusk.Two small fishing boats on the Lune estuary at Sunderland Point at low tideView across the River Lune from Sunderland Point across to Glasson Dock, with a pleasure yacht and a local fishing boat in the foreground and the Bowland Fells in the background.View across the River Lune from Sunderland Point across to Glasson Dock, with the yachts in the marina just visible in the distance and two small boats in the foreground.View from Sunderland Point showing four local fishing boats at low tide on grassy bank and electricity pylons in distance.View of Heysham power station across the fields from Sunderland Point at sunset.View of Lune estuary at Sunderland Point at low tide showing 6 small boats.View of Lune estuary at Sunderland Point at low tide with rocky shore in foreground.View of Plover Scar lighthouse from Sunderland Point at dusk.View of rocky shore and channel at Sunderland Point.View of the rocky shore taken at sunset at Sunderland Point with Plover Scar lighthouse in the far distance.View of the shore at low tide to the west of Sunderland Point, with Heysham nuclear power station in the distance.View of tidal road to Sunderland Point .View of wooden sea groynes and rocky shore at Sunderland Point with Plover Scar lighthouse in the distance.