The Lodge, Craig Castle
Carlingford Harbour in Moonlight
|Title||Old elevator. Tool for lifting the old fashioned small hay and straw bales. Often they would be simply lifted with a pikle, quite a feat of strength and balance and a skill I never quite mastered. This machine, a moving belt of wood slats that can have the angle adjusted was quite a labour saver - a bale was dropped on the end and with luck (they did drop off) would be delivered to the growing hay rick.|
|Photo's author||Richard Webb User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||23 Oct 2007 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
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|Camera model||Canon / Canon PowerShot A640|
|Exposure time||1/60 s|
|Focal length||7.3 mm|
Old elevator. Tool for lifting the old fashioned small hay and straw bales. Often they would be simply lifted with a pikle, quite a feat of strength and balance and a skill I never quite mastered. Thi…
The Drove Road Once a major route for the export of cattle to England, now a well surfaced farm track and popular walking and riding route. The network of droving routes can still be followed on the O…
The road leading to Whitehaughmoor
Pasture field with conifer shelter belt To the west of Whitehaughmoor.
Drove Road One of the main routes for cattle being driven to England descends towards Hawick. Now a farm track and the driveway to Whitehaughmoor.
Field-woodland boundary A drystone dyke and a fence separates this rough grazing area on the left with a strip plantation on the right.
Ruined barn, Whitehaugh Moor Remains of a barn beside the Drove Road.
Entrance to Calaburn Farm.
The Drove Road The road, once a main export route for cattle bound for England, crosses a small burn.
Complex ground, Whitehaugh Moor Intricately contoured rough grazing south east of the Drove Road.
Entrance to Calaburn Farm
Whitehaugh Moor Rough grazing for sheep.