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East Lulworth

A  Registered One-Place Study and part of the Dorset OPC Network

Cockles


Cottages at Cockles

Some of the few cottages remaining on the site of the original village of East Lulworth in the eighteenth century.

Elm Tree Cottage stands to the left of this row of thatched cottages.

Notice the variety of building materials used to extend and repair the walls.

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Littlemore Cottage, Cockles

Photographed by Francis Frith in 1904 and looking old then.

Some nearby cottages date from the 17th century.

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B3070 Army Ranges Warning at Cockles

Land in this area is part of the Armoured Fighting Vehicles Gunnery School

- something you become aware of very quickly.

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Thatched cottage at Cockles

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Cottages at Cockles

Thatched cottages east of East Lulworth.

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Barn at Cockles

This barn is located right at the end of the lane leading into Cockles. Although it's a little overgrown in places you can still see the various building materials and styles used.

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