Northern Rail Sprinter class DMU 150133 leaving Levenshulme station on a service from Manchester Picadilly to Buxton.
Stockley's Bridge is No 31 across the Leicester Section of the Grand Union Canal. It carries the lane which links Stanford-on-Avon to Cold Ashby.
The car is on the corner of South Mill Lane.
This is the Leicester Section of the Grand Union Canal, approaching Stockley's Bridge, No 31.
Looking north along the B3157 South Street towards Bridport town centre.
King Cross Cemetery has grown over the years. There is a vehicle entrance to whatv is probably the oldest part of it on the right. The part on the left is also old but was originally the burial ground for a Methodist chapel. Halifax FP670 is straight on, originally a field path but widened and enclosed when the cemetery was extended eastwards. The steps on the left are on FP668, a short path leading to Skicoat Moor Road.
Viewed in August 2017. The notice on the wall in the background shows
THIS CAR PARK IS FOR THE USERS OF THE BRIDPORT DAY CENTRE ONLY.
The car park is on the south side of Fishermans Arms Day Centre https://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/5873350 which had closed down at the July 2018 date of this https://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/5851440 photo.
This is historically part of the path shown in [], although it has been given a different number. It is blocked by vegetation before is crosses the driveway to Wainhouse Tower.
Viewed in August 2017 when the building was in use as Fishermans Arms Day Centre, part of Dorset County Council's Social Services Directorate. A photo https://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/5851440 taken in July 2018 shows that the day centre has closed down.
The Closed Pubs website records that the building was erected in the 1930s as the Fishermans Arms pub. Planning permission for change of use was granted to Palmers Brewery in January 1998.
For most of 1902 and 1903 Overbury must have been one huge building site. Here is another of Ernest Newton's houses of those years, Park Lodge at the entrance to Overbury Park. Edwardian perfection and listed GII. I could move in this afternoon - I am sure my wife feels the same.
From the west side of South Street opposite Jewson. https://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/5511153 Hanson is part of the HeidelbergCement Group.
This is an old path, formerly along the edge of Skircoat Moor. There was a quarry to the right.
Sumptuous L-shaped lodge cottage by Ernest Newton, 1902-3. I could move in tomorrow, or at a pinch, today. Listed GII, like much of Overbury and rightly so.
Just off the path from Teaninich to the Alness business park is this small wetland area, the River Averon or Alness following the tree line into the firth