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Nick Shepherd commences a journey along the River Dart (in 3 parts). Read more

River Dart

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© Nick Shepherd www.southdevonphotos.co.uk

“Railway Bridge plans blocked” may have been the headlines in the Chronicle in March 1861. Of great relevance then and perhaps even greater today, this decision by the House of Lords played a major part in shaping not only Dartmouth’s future... Read more

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It is a sad fact, with our busy lives, that we are all too unfamiliar with the familiar! Read more

About D'mouth

“Ah,” he said, “the thrills, the rides, the shows, the lights, the adrenalin…it must have been brilliant?” Not an unexpected reply as I had just told a friend that I had been to Blackpool with my family. Read more

Beaches & Sea

Nick Shepherd continues his journey along the River Dart. Read more

River Dart

As the river makes its final part of the journey it passes by tranquil villages hugging the banks of the ‘estuary’ before making its great escape between the castles of Dartmouth and Kingswear. Nick Shepherd completes his journey along the River Dart Read more

River Dart

Situated on one of the most rugged and exposed peninsulas in the English Channel, Start Point lighthouse has shone for the benefit of seafarers for over 173 years. Read more

Things to Do

The entrance to the landlocked haven of Dartmouth estuary is flanked on either side by high cliffs and always has been difficult to detect from the sea. Read more

Castles & Historic Places

One of my most memorable days was photographing the remains of the lost village of Hallsands on the South Devon coast in north easterly gales on an early winter morning in 2007. Read more

About D'mouth

Dartmouth Castle At Night

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“Like so many people and particularly as a photographer, Dartmouth’s attraction has always been its wonderful location and unique scenery” writes Nick Shepherd Read more

Castles & Historic Places

Dartington Hall is not only the largest medieval house built in the west of England but is unusual for its time in never having any protective fortification. Read more

Castles & Historic Places

As you watch the lower ferries criss-cross between Dartmouth and Kingswear, it can be difficult to imagine that this beautiful and influential river started its life just 46 miles away as two tiny streams amongst the granite tors of Dartmoor. Read more

River Dart

Phil Scoble talks to Nick Shepherd; professional photographer and By The Dart contributor. Read more

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