Some miscellaneous images of St Ives that have not been linked elsewhere on the website
There are a number of these alleys and passage ways behind the shops in the Market Place, don't miss them as they contain many small shops with interesting odds and ends, this is the Free Church Passage.
The St. Ives Town Bathing Pool on Holt Island, opened in 1912 in the days when swimming in the River Ouse was thought possible! Today it serves as a marina for the use of the Sea Scouts who have their Head Quarters on the island the bulk of which is now a wild-life sanctuary. Holt Island is deceptively close to the town, as the picture below shows the Parish Church of All Saint's, the church being a short walk form the town centre.
St Ives Parish Church from the old St. Ives Town Bathing Pool
A view of the Town Quay at St Ives from the Town Bridge
Looking upstream over the River Great Ouse from the Town Bridge and the one below is of Holt Island, the River Ouse bends to the left of the photo and the channel to the Waits can be just made out with the white boat
A view up the River Great Ouse towards the town of St Ives