Welsh Way over Tiddley Dyke Looking along a stretch of the former Midland & South Western Junction Railway ("Tiddley Dyke") from a bridge carrying a lane named Welsh Way.
Gallangad Muir With Duncryne hill and Ben Lomond in the background
|Title||Knowle Church Looking North to Clee Hill.|
|Photo's author||David Luther Thomas User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||20 Jan 2007 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
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|Copyright||(C) by Caplio R5 User|
|Camera model||RICOH / Caplio R5|
|Exposure time||1/760 s|
|Focal length||20.1 mm|
Knowle Church Looking North to Clee Hill.
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B4214 through Knowle northwards
Corrugated tin church in Knowle, Shropshire
Old corrugated tin chapel in Knowle, Shropshire
Knowle, The Knowle
Rugby pitch, Knowle. Home of Clee Hill RFC. Grass roots rugby.
Knowle, sports grounds
B4214 entering Knowle from the south
The Golden Lion