The Hockey Club HQ and climbing wall Near to the Edith Cavell NHS hospital, a popular site on Sunday mornings
Below Sourton Tors. The rock on the left can be recognised in 317246. A stream trickles down beside a track towards the edge of the moor.
|Title||High wind at Nimlet Yesterday's exceptionally strong winds caught out this truck on a high, exposed stretch of the A46, north of Bath.|
|Photo's author||Roger Cornfoot User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||19 Jan 2007 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 453|
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High wind at Nimlet Yesterday's exceptionally strong winds caught out this truck on a high, exposed stretch of the A46, north of Bath.
2008 : Looking south on the A46
Looking south on the A46 At the junction with Leigh Lane, the road to St.Catherine's Valley. Beckford's Tower on Lansdown ST7367 is on the skyline.
A46 enters Bath and North East Somerset
Nimlet. A view looking slightly east of north along the A46 at the hamlet of Nimlet.
Charmy Down. A view looking southeast over farmland to the limestone plateau of Charmy Down. The topsoil and rubble dumping area in the foreground appears as an oval track on the OS map.
A46 at Nimlet
2008 : Over the pasture to Nimlet hamlet.
Over the pasture to Nimlet hamlet. A young horse is being exercised as part of its training.
2008 : Leigh Lane, the road to St.Catherine's Valley
Leigh Lane, the road to St.Catherine's Valley Batheaston is at the far end of the valley, you could walk it in a morning with the prospect of lunch in one of the public houses when you get there.
Henley Tyning farm On Leigh Lane.