Sgarbh Breac in the Islay mist!
Minor rural road near Windsor Great Park.
The junction of Belle Vue Road (ahead) and Macclesfield Road, early morning in summer. On the corner on the left is St John's Church.
Langford Level Crossing is at the end of East Road which is a cul-de-sac off Langford Road. The gates are hand operated by the user and a green light indicates it is safe to cross quickly over the East Coast Main Line. There are also separate pedestrian gatesThere are four tracks - the nearest one being the down slow, then the down fast, the up fast and the up slow. Beyond is a track leading past Balls Farm to a network of footpaths to the south of Biggleswade and west of the A1.
To the right is a glimpse of Langford Wind Farm, opened in 2013.
Viewed from the Greamachary track
Not apparent on the ground, but marked on the map - the footpath approaches a stile in the wall, partially obscured by the tree growing at an angle of 45 degrees.
Through the bracken and scrub.
Cnoc Sgarabais with its top in the mist.
The two ash trees (Fraxinus excelsior) by the croft are the only trees for many miles around. The peak of Ben Griam Beg is in the background
On the NE side of an oval green in the middle of Clydesmuir Road near the Pengam Road junction.
My slightly ancient definitive map spells the farm as "Mire" not "Myre"
This stone outbuilding in located amongst a sea of nettles, close to the footpath between the farm and the A66.
An altered late eighteenth century house. http://www.buildingsofireland.ie/niah/search.jsp?type=record&county=WA®no=22809087
One of the few pens at Lairg Auction Mart with a label
On the south side of an oval green in the middle of Clydesmuir Road near the Pengam Road junction.