After a shot trolley and carry to the water we set of to chapel island. This island was used in times gone by as a safe refuse for people crossing the Leven estuary. As it's name suggests there was once a chapel here.
We passed on the outside of the island then headed to Plumpton rail viaduct. As we passed under the viaduct all was calm. Normally when we pass under on bigger tides, there is a roaring as the incoming tide squeezes between the pillars causing waves and whirlpools
We then stopped for a short snack break before heading back on the beautiful silvery calm sea back to the cars.
Thanks again to all those people who were able to make the trip