Looking towards the hills above the Taw Estuary
Looking towards the southern part of the wind farm site, before it was built, from Crow Point, by Braunton Burrows, on the Taw Estuary, 2009

The Fullabrook Down Wind Farm, North Devon, 2011

 This 66 MW wind farm is being built on the hills in the area between Barnstaple and Braunton in the south, and Ilfracombe in the north. It will be visible from the Unesco Heritage site of Braunton Burrows, from the famous landmark cliffs of Baggy Point near Croyde, from the Tarka Trail in the Taw Estuary, and from another landmark hill known as Codden Hill to the south of Barnstaple.  The first few turbines are also already clearly visible from Bideford New Bridge, and (reportedly) High Bickington.

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