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Coordinates: 50°35′N 1°19′W / 50.59°N 1.31°W / 50.59; -1.31 Blackgang A small number of houses close to the cliffs at Blackgang. Blackgang  Blackgang shown within the Isle of Wight Unitary authority Isle of Wight Ceremonial county Isle of Wight Region South East Country England Sovereign state United Kingdom EU Parliament South East England UK Parliament Isle of Wight List of places: UK • England • Isle of Wight Blackgang is a village on the south coast of the Isle of Wight. It is best known as the location of the Blackgang Chine amusement park which sits to the south of St Catherine's Down. Blackgang forms the west end of the Ventnor Undercliff region, which extends for 12 kilometres from Blackgang to Luccombe, also encompassing the town of Ventnor and the villages of Bonchurch, St Lawrence, and Niton. There is some concern that the Ventnor Undercliff area is experiencing substantial coastal erosion.[1] Historically, Blackgang was the location of a major chine, the coastal ravine after which the Blackgang Chine park was named; this was obliterated by landslides and coastal erosion over the 20th century. The nearby Sandrock Spring, a Chalybeate spring, was discovered in 1811. This too was destroyed in a landslide in 1978.[2] Clifftop walks in and around the area give panoramic views of the English Channel and the south-western Isle of Wight coast. Blackgang is also notable for dinosaur fossils and the nudist Blackgang Beach. Blackgang was the birthplace of the actress and comedienne Sheila Hancock. Southern Vectis operates bus route 6 to Newport and Ventnor through the village.[3] References ^ EUROSION Case Study: LUCCOMBE - BLACKGANG ISLE OF WIGHT (UNITED KINGDOM) , Robin G. McINESS, Isle of Wight Centre for Coastal Environment ^ Slope Stability Engineering, Institution of Civil Engineers, Thomas Telford, 1991, ISBN:0727716603 Google Books (retrieved 5 July 2008 ^ "Southern Vectis - bus route 6". www.islandbuses.info. 2008. http://www.islandbuses.info/r6.shtml. Retrieved 2008-05-04.  External links Website with old pictures of the Undercliff of the Isle of Wight v • d • e Articles and categories about the Isle of Wight, England Buildings and structures · Civil parishes · Culture · Dinosaurs · Education · Geography · History · Isle of Wight · People · Places · Politics · Schools · Transport (Ferries  · Railways  · Railway stations)  · Visitor attractions v • d • e Settlements on the Isle of Wight Towns Brading · Cowes · East Cowes · Newport · Ryde · Sandown · Shanklin · Ventnor · Yarmouth Civil parishes Arreton · Bembridge · Brighstone · Calbourne · Chale · Fishbourne · Freshwater · Gatcombe · Godshill · Gurnard · Havenstreet and Ashey · Lake · Nettlestone and Seaview · Newchurch · Niton and Whitwell · Northwood · Rookley · Shalfleet · Shorwell · St Helens · Totland · Wootton · Wroxall Other villages and hamlets Adgestone · Afton · Afton Park · Alum Bay · Alverstone · Alverstone Garden Village · Apesdown · Apse Heath · Barton · Bathingbourne · Bierley · Binfield · Binstead · Blackgang · Blackwater · Bonchurch · Bouldnor · Borthwood · Bowcombe · Branstone · Brook · Carisbrooke · Chale Green · Chessell · Chillerton · Cranmore · Cross Lane · Culver Down · Downend · Easton · Egypt Point · Elmfield · Fairlee · Five Houses · Foreland Fields · Forest Side · Freshwater Bay · Great Thorness · Gunville · Hale Common · Hamstead · Haylands · Hillway · Horringford · Hulverstone · Hunny Hill · King's Quay · Kingston · Knighton · Limerstone · Little Atherfield · Little Thorness · Littletown · Locksgreen · Lowtherville · Luccombe · Marks Corner · Mersley · Merstone · Moortown · Morton · Mottistone · Nettlecombe · Newbridge · Newtown · Ningwood · Ninham · Niton Undercliff · Norton · Norton Green · Nunwell · Oakfield · Osborne · Parkhurst · Pondwell · Porchfield · Princelett · Puckaster · Puckpool · Quarr Hill · Queen's Bower · Rew Street · Rookley Green · Roud · Rowridge · St Lawrence · Sandford · Seagrove Bay · Shalcombe · Shide · Staplers · Steephill · Steyne Cross · Thorley · Thorley Street · Thorncross · Totland Bay · Upper Ventnor · Wellow · Westridge · Whippingham · Whiteley Bank · Winford · Wootton Bridge · Wootton Common · Yafford · Yarbridge · Yaverland See also List of places on the Isle of Wight · List of civil parishes on the Isle of Wight This Isle of Wight location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e