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The southern end of Walney is wild and windswept and is a major wildlife site for birds and seals. The area has been excavated for gravel and for the extraction of rocksalt by the hot brine method. Walney also has a lighthouse.

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Keywords:birds, castles, cumbria, gravel, islands, lighthouses, piel castle, piel island, salt, seals, walney, wildlife

HRS 7554 Piel Island Castle from South Walney

HRS 7554 Piel Island Castle from South Walney

HRS 7555 Piel Island Castle and salt pier from South Walney

HRS 7555 Piel Island Castle and salt pier from South Walney

HRS 7556 Seal off South Walney

HRS 7556 Seal off South Walney

HRS 7557 Walney south gravel ponds

HRS 7557 Walney south salt works remains

HRS 7558 Walney gravel ponds

HRS 7558 Walney south salt works remains

HRS 7559 Piel Castle tele shot

HRS 7559 Piel Castle tele shot

HRS 7560 Walney South Lighthouse

HRS 7560 Walney South Lighthouse

HRS 7561 Piel Island Castle and salt jetty

HRS 7561 Piel Island Castle and salt jetty

HRS 7562 Piel Castle from South Walney Nature Reserve

HRS 7562 Piel Castle from South Walney Nature Reserve