The Copinsay cliffs to the southwest..
Chirdon Burn The start of Chirdon Burn which is formed from Stripe Sike (ahead) and Greenmeath Sike (to the right).
|Title||Plants of Special Interest (PSI) garden centre. A huge range of the unusual plants and trees are available.|
|Photo's author||Steve F User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||16 Aug 2007 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
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|Camera model||KONICA MINOLTA CAMERA, Inc. / DiMAGE G400|
|Exposure time||1/250 s|
|Focal length||5.6 mm|
Plants of Special Interest (PSI) garden centre. A huge range of the unusual plants and trees are available.
Out of bounds. At the Plants of Special Interest garden centre.
Ashton Lane heading west
The perennial garden at Plants of Special Interest Garden Centre
Entrance to PSI garden centre and café. Specialist plant nursery and excellent café.
St.James' church, Braithwell. Looks 15th century at first, but inside there's 12th, 13th and 14th century features.
"The Butchers Arms" in Braithwell
The Butchers Arms, Braithwell
St James Church, Braithwell
Village Street The Red Lion pub with the ancient cross in the foreground. In the background is the Butchers Arms.
Have been going to p.s.i cafe since it opened, and am very saddened by the greed that over rides customer service. Ordered something different on menu and it did"t taste very nice.. the FULL meal was returned and we was still charged the FULL amount How sad they lost a customer just so they could keep £8.99. The cook even came out to look at me then walked away... will NEVER go again and go and watch some gordon ramsey PLEASE you might learn something.