A walk around Lymington
Quay Hill
The wealth of the town was made from salt and smuggling, both of which were at their height in the 18th century. Items smuggled included, brandy, silk, satin, coffee, tea and many other things like leg-horn hats from italy, which were all the rage at the time.
Straw leghorn hat trimmed with roses, foliage and a big bunch of aigrettes
Pictures of Lymington town and countryside