2. south of Alnwick

New Year's Day 2007

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2 south of Alnwick

NT9302 : Forestry Track near Holystone by Peter Standing
There are some excellent walks from the Holystone Forest Car Park over to Dove Crag
by Peter Standing

NU0800 : Black Burn by Derek Harper
During its short course from the Cragside woodlands to the River Coquet, the Black Burn crosses into this square twice; this is a scene from the southern occasion. The woodland on the west bank gives way to allow field access to the water - I think this may have been a ford.
by Derek Harper

NY8889 : A68 road looking south from Corsenside road-end by Phil Thirkell
At this point the A68 is following the line of the Roman road, Dere Street.
by Phil Thirkell

NZ3181 : Blyth Community Enterprise Centre by george hurrell

The Community Enterprise Centre is run by a not-for-profit company who aim to assist new and expanding businesses in the Blyth Valley area by providing managed office and workshop space.

NZ2666 : Jesmond Dene by Antonia
Woodland, footpaths and one of the bridges in Jesmond Dene.
by Antonia

NY6758 : The platform at old Coanwood Station by P Glenwright
The remains of the platform on the Haltwhistle-Alston branch line. For photographs of this station before and after closure and a history of the railway line see LinkExternal link
by P Glenwright

NY3617 : Pipe Remains, Greenside Mine by Mick Garratt
Abandoned pipe sections rusting away. There was mining at Greenside for over two hundred years producing 2,400,000 tons of lead ore and 2,000,000 ozs. of silver. The mine closed in 1962.
by Mick Garratt

J1953 : Flyover, Dromore bypass by Albert Bridge

See J1953 : Dromore by-pass, Belfast-Dublin road. This is the flyover carrying the Dromore-Lurgan road across the bypass. The slip roads on the left were added in 2003 after numerous collisions involving traffic turning right across the southbound carriageway. The view is towards Belfast.
by Albert Bridge

J4844 : A Steam train approaching by Wilson Adams
RPSI 3 approaching the Home Junction, just outside Downpatrick Station.
by Wilson Adams

J2840 : Dromara Road by HENRY CLARK
At the bottom and SW of Benraw Mountain.

SD8876 : Halton Gill by William Bartlett
The road down to Halton Gill from Penyghent. The steep sided valley has the River Skirfare and meandering down it towards Litton (a few kilometres downstream to the right). The whole of Halton Gill is clearly seen in the low winter's morning light.
by William Bartlett

SE0872 : Moor  House by Steve Partridge
Sheep farm located on the eastern edge of Stean Moor near Lofthouse.
by Steve Partridge

SD5869 : Water Trough by Michael Graham
By the footpath to Windy Bank
by Michael Graham

SE6969 : The Arboretum, Ganthorpe Gate by Harry Kingman

Gate on the western edge of the Yorkshire Arboretum at Castle Howard.

SE1665 : Path to Harefield Hall by Chris Heaton
This short path leads off the riverside walk just south of Pateley Bridge, and runs under the disused railway to the Harefield Hall Hotel in the woods
by Chris Heaton

SD4255 : The Old Hall, Sunderland Point by Peter Bond

A Grade II listed building built in the late 17th century LinkExternal link

SE5240 : View from River Wharfe towards Bolton Lodge by Andrew Whale

The lodge, a grade II listed building, is on the southwest edge of the small hamlet of Bolton Percy.

SE9939 : Bishop Burton Houses & Small Pond by Gordon Kneale Brooke

Bishop Burton is a village in the East Riding of Yorkshire, a few miles west of Beverley.

SD6736 : Haugh Wood - Ribble riverbank by Mr T
The banks of the Ribble are often strewn with old branches and rubbish as the river level is very changeable.
by Mr T

SE1835 : Fagley rainbow by John Illingworth
Looking down to the fields of a riding school with Ravenscliffe Woods in the distance.
by John Illingworth

SE8534 : Duck Nest by Roger Gilbertson
Because it merits a name, presumably the building was once a house.
by Roger Gilbertson


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