The Level Crossing on Meldreth Road
Chapel House This house in Land Street has a curious pedimented central feature. I suspect that the doorway on the right is not original.
|Title||Farmland and Wicket Nook From South Wood approaching Wicket Nook|
|Photo's author||John Poyser User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||5 Apr 2007 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
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|Camera model||FUJIFILM / FinePix F20|
|Exposure time||1/550 s|
|Focal length||8.0 mm|
Farmland and Wicket Nook From South Wood approaching Wicket Nook
Wait For Me Rigsby lags behind the main party, between Wicket Nook and Pistern Hill Farm.
Straw and water Plenty of straw and water for the cattle,but not much fresh grass yet.
Young Mares Tails Growing at the edge of the marshy ground,these young mares tails, one of the oldest plants on earth.
Over and Out As the winter sunlight fails, these walkers climb the stile out of South Wood, near Heath End.
Stone sleepers on Ticknall Tramway These stone sleepers were used to fasten the rails together.
Reed beds and woodland Part of South Wood which is low lying and marshy.
Pond near Wicket Nook The stream comes down South Wood and forms a small pond.
Ticknall tramway The track bed of the long disused Ticknall tramway.
Track and Log Pile at the Fringe of South Wood
Timber! Bet this came down with a bang. Fallen tree with Southwood Farm in the background.
Track into South Wood