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LangfordCanvey IslandUpminsterSouth Fambridge
Langford
Tracing the path of a railway line that disappeared 50 years ago.

Canvey Island
A visit to the country's only football club named after a beach.

Upminster
A walk around the town I went to school in.

South Fambridge
Surely one of the least well-known spots in the county?

West HanningfieldBrentwood - Thorndon ParkTilburyTyler's Green and Magdalen Laver
West Hanningfield
A rare chance to walk along the north bank of the reservoir.

Brentwood - Thorndon Park
A walk through the grounds of Brentwood's 18th century Georgian hall.

Tilbury
A 16th century fort and the biggest ship I've ever seen.

Tyler's Green and Magdalen Laver
Walking between two villages which don't exist.

Bradwell-on-SeaNorth FambridgeToot Hill and Stanford RiversSandon Mill
Bradwell-on-Sea
A stroll down to England's oldest church. Or is it the second oldest?

North Fambridge
One of the quieter stretches of the river Crouch.

Toot Hill and Stanford Rivers
Walking between two eerily quiet villages.

Sandon Mill
In the middle of nowhere on the edge of Chelmsford.

Little and Great WalthamRoydonWallasea Island
Little and Great Waltham
Old buildings and a deer park.

Roydon
On the edge of Essex along the River Stort.

Wallasea Island
No people - just millions of birds.