Morecambe Bay - Further Reading

Further Reading

  • A brief article on the Morecambe Bay tidal crossing appeared in 2005: Cawley, David : Time & Tide: Morecambe Bay, hidden europe magazine, 4 (Sept 2005), pp. 40–44.

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