Boulderfield, Sgurr Mharcasaidh. Frost shattered schist, broken up from slabs at the end of the iceage into a steep boulderfield. A popular habitat for birdlife. Some trees can grow here, as the rocks…
Chapel at Beaulieu Cemetery, New Forest. The chapel sits in the northwest corner of the cemetery where the road makes a right-angle bend.
|Title||Corn Close, Laneshawbridge. A typical laithe farm with house attached to the barn|
|Photo's author||Charles Greenhough User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||10 Aug 2005 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
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|Camera model||OLYMPUS OPTICAL CO.,LTD / C750UZ|
|Exposure time||1/60 s|
|Focal length||63.0 mm|
Corn Close, Laneshawbridge. A typical laithe farm with house attached to the barn
Sheep and silage by Corn Close
The road to Corn Close
Access road to Laneshaw WTW
Out barn for Corn Close
Old road (A6068)
Corn Close Bent Moor and Emmott Moor Emmott Moor is on the right of this dividing wall and fence.
Emmott Moor and Corn Close Bent Moor This wall and fence separate the two areas of moorland. Emmott Moor is to the left.
The Long and Winding Fence Separating the two areas of moorland when the dry stone supplies ran out!
Milestone on A6068 Located on 'The Moss' between Cowling and Colne.
Pasture opposite Middle Moss