Today took us up the Antrim coast road (said by those in the know to be one of the finest in the world - all I know is its blast to hammer along) and ended up in a wee place called Torr Head. Its a place that is a mind blowing drive to get too, single track roads and supersharp hairpin bends. Torr Head has been used as a lookout of sorts for the last 1000 odd years by many various sorts, from ancient irish chiefs to its last use as a lifeboat and military outlook in the 50's. Anyway, heres some pictures, all taken with my crappy little Kodak 4MP camera: 1. The view from the bottom of the hill 2. Looking up at the hill 3. From the back of the lookout post down to the rocks below 4. From the roof of the remaining building 5. Looking down from the roof to the rear steps & the cliffs below 6. From the main approach, the main building 7. Back to the top again, this is looking from the station at the top over the surrounding hills, you can see the road snaking up the hill, it is narrow enough to stop 2 cars passing - classic single track road. You can see a destroyed building to the right or the road below, i'm trying to find out what it was & will be making a trip back to explore around it. 8. Bog to the rear of the building 9. View along the side of the building 10. Was a nice day, if slightly overcast & cloudy 11. View down the rear steps to the station towards the cliffs 12. One of the 3 rooms inside 13. Another destroyed interior room 14. And again inside 15. Final interior shot 16. Ancient outside bog 17. Rear enterance gate - complete with traditional NI barbed wire as I said in my intro post, i'm new to this photography game so all comments are appreciated.