Bridford Bridleway 49. The bridleway reaches the point from which 579182 was taken. From this summit, it is a long descent to the Rookery Brook valley.
Brotherton Railway Bridge and the River Aire The existing girders were put in in 1903 replacing the tubular girders of the original 1850 bridge.
|Title||Deuchary Hill lower slopes Looking across at the lower slopes of Deuchary Hill from just below the Knock of Findowie.|
|Photo's author||Lis Burke User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||6 Oct 2007 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
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|Camera model||Canon / Canon DIGITAL IXUS 70|
|Exposure time||1/100 s|
|Focal length||5.8 mm|
Deuchary Hill lower slopes Looking across at the lower slopes of Deuchary Hill from just below the Knock of Findowie.
October, between Grewshill and The Glack
October, between Grewshill and The Glack A few hundred metres north of the junction with the upper-level track from Loch Ordie.
Looking south west. Knock of Findowie just out of image to the left. Mill Dam in the glen cutting across the picture.
Woodland, Leddown Burn
Bridge, Leddown Burn
View south to Mill Dam
Bell heather beside the burn Peaty brown water contrasts with the purple of the Erica cinerea.
Waterfall A substantial stone bridge carries the footpath across the burn here.
Path below Deuchary Hill This footpath links The Glack and Grewshill.
Bell heather and larch Outlying slope of Deuchary Hill.