A scanned image.
The coordinates are approximate given the extensive development of the airport since it was taken.
From a scanned image.
The coordinates are approximate as there has been significant development of the airport.
From a scanned image in 1983.
From a scanned image taken in 1983.
Jersey's A1 road entering St. Aubins, on Jersey's south coast.
Gorey, on Jersey's east coast.
A view of Havre des Pas, in St. Helier.
A bus arriving at Greve de Lecq, on Jersey's north coast.
A bus leaving Greve de Lecq, on the north coast of Jersey.
Esplanade is a street in the centre of St. Helier.
The bus terminus is to the right. Most buses stop within the terminus building, but it was only designed for single-deck buses. Double-deck buses have to stay out on the street as they are too high to get into the terminus building.
The Ommaroo Hotel facing the sea at Havre des Pas, in St. Helier.
A coastal bathing pool at Havre des Pas, in St. Helier, Jersey.
This image was taken from the Ommaroo Hotel.
The breakwater at St. Catherine's, on the island of Jersey.
The lighthouse perched on the cliffs on the island of Sark.
More information about the lighthouse is available on the Photographers' Resource website: http://www.photographers-resource.co.uk/a_heritage/lighthouses/LG_CI/CI_Sark_Lighthouse.htm
This image was taken from on board a ferry, returning from Sark to Guernsey.
The island of Sark is renowned for being traffic-free. Only tractors and horse-drawn vehicles are permitted on the island.
Nevertheless, there is a bus service which operates up and down the steep hill which connects the village, around 100 metres above sea level, with the harbour. The bus is a trailer pulled by a tractor.