This is part of the Great British Garden designed by Rachel Read and Hannah Clegg.
In early July 2015, To Let boards are on the pub located on the corner of Mill Street and Factory Road.
Part of the little community at Doune, only accessible by sea or by a rough steep path up to the road some way up the hillside. The Restaurant is to the left, the Stone Lodges B and B accommodation to the right. The house set slightly up the hillside is private accommodation.
According to the map, that's the name of the wood on the other side of this field.
Things is a garment printing firm to the retail, merchandising, promotional and marketing industries. Looking north-northeast.
Whitened-over windows in early July 2015. Located near Malpas Fire Station and M4 motorway junction 26.
Unclassified lanes such as this one to Elmscott can be very narrow, and are often signed as unsuitable for motors. The original surface may be crumbling or even non existent in some places.
The one on the left appears to be a small car ferry, although there is no regular car ferry service from Port Appin. Eilean na Caorach lies beyond, with the mountains of Kingairloch in the background.
Looking south-southeast from underneath the railway bridge.
This is on the BE90 course as denoted by the orange number.
Burrswood Hospital describes itself as a "Christian hospital and place of healing". It is to be found at the end of a half mile long drive, leading off the triangular green at the northern end of Groombridge. In 1948, the land and buildings making up the core of the present-day Burrswood estate were purchased. It has a tea room which is open to the public and extensive gardens which you are allowed to walk around. This looks up towards the oldest part of the present hospital. See http://www.burrswood.org.uk/about_burrswood/our_history and http://www.cmf.org.uk/publications/content.asp?context=article&id=25652 for more information.
This is the pedestrian bridge over Carpenters Road Lock [] For the timber structures either side, see [].