It is alongside the Humber Bridge at Barton on Humber.
|The many wetland areas at Watersedge can be accessed by these raised walkways.|
|Modern art meets comfort in this convenient seat.|
|Barton was once known for it's tile works, a tile work still exists on another site. These roffing|
tiles have been used to create a wall.
|Part of the visitor centre|
|The visitor centre.|
|There was once a ropeworks at Barton and|
this is the end of the narrow gauge rail track
that the winding gear ran along during the
rope making process.