This is my entry for bleak, I am not sure if its bleak enough!
Its an old coast guard post at Dungeness on the south coast of England.This area has a lot of old railway carriages that have been turned into homes they all lie in the shadow of dungeness nuclear power station on a massive area of shingle [the largest shingle habitat in the world] it is a weird but fascinating place the wind rips across the exposed landscape and the waves make a fantastic noise as they roll the stones back and forth and its one of those places that seems to have a “big sky” that Artists talk about.
Take a look at it on the web.
Film producer Derek Jarman lived here before his death and had a garden amongst the shingle that was well known.
A site well known for its bird life and sea fishing.The sea is just beyond the shingle ridge behind the buildings.