This was as far as you could go right by the sea if the tide was in, but you could cross the railway line and head inland. This is a crossing without lights. You have to open the gates yourself and be very careful to look for trains before you try to cross.
Today everywhere was shrouded in mist. I think it must have blanketed a large part of the British Isles. It did clear mid-morning and there was a brief spell of sunshine before the sky clouded over and the weather became grey and cold. We're planning another expedition to the coast on Wednesday, weather permitting.