The rugged coves and ledges of the Eastern end of the Jurassic Coast in Dorset are interspersed with disused quarries. The stone of the area was used locally and extensivley in London. It was loaded directly onto flat bottomed boats in this cove and others nearby. I enjoy visiting this part of the coast, particularly on moody stormy days when it's easy to envisage the brute force and determination it must have taken to work in such tough conditions.
Location: Seacombe, Dorset, UK