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ST7056 : Foxcote Avenue, Peasedown St John by Derek Harper
ST7057 : Car showroom, Peasedown St John by Derek Harper
ST7057 : 2008 : Car showrooms, Peasedown by Maurice Pullin
ST7057 : Roundabout, Peasedown St John by Derek Harper
ST7056 : Byway - looking East by James Ayres
ST7156 : End of the Byway by James Ayres
ST7057 : View up Orchard Way from A367 roundabout by John Firth
ST7157 : A367 Peasedown Bypass by Dominic Dawn Harry and Jacob Paterson
ST7056 : Sign for roundabout for Wellow by John Firth
ST7056 : Gate on the Byway by James Ayres
ST7156 : 2008 : Fields near Peasedown St. John by Maurice Pullin
ST7056 : Grassy Byway south of Peasedown St John by James Ayres
ST7157 : Western end of the Byway over White Ox Mead Knoll by James Ayres
ST7157 : Heading towards White Ox Mead Knoll by James Ayres
ST7056 : Shoscombe Farmhouse by Derek Harper
ST7157 : 2008 : Field entrance near Peasedown by Maurice Pullin
ST7157 : Near Peasedown St John by Derek Harper
ST7056 : Footpath to Shoscombe by Derek Harper
ST7056 : Road junction with Braysdown Lane by John Firth
ST7156 : The Apple Tree Inn, Shoscombe by Phil Williams
ST7157 : Gate on the White Ox Mead Knoll Byway by James Ayres
ST7056 : Way to fishing ponds at White Wicket Farm by Sarah Charlesworth
ST7056 : Junction on Peasedown Bypass by Dominic Dawn Harry and Jacob Paterson
ST7156 : Shoscombe by Phil Williams
ST7156 : Shoscombe by Derek Harper
ST7157 : Orchard Way junction with Peasedown bypass by John Firth
ST7156 : Flooded meadow at Shoscombe by Phil Williams
ST7057 : Fosse Way, Peasedown St John by Derek Harper
ST7057 : 2008 : Bath Road, Peasedown by Maurice Pullin
ST7057 : Supermarket, Peasedown St John by Derek Harper
ST7057 : Telephone box, Peasedown St John by Maigheach-gheal
ST7157 : Footpath south east of the Byway by James Ayres
ST7157 : Footpath north west of the Byway by James Ayres
ST7057 : The Old A367 Through Peasedown St John by Dominic Dawn Harry and Jacob Paterson
ST7057 : 2008 : Eckweek Road, Peasedown by Maurice Pullin
ST7057 : Methodist Church, Peasedown St John by Derek Harper
ST7156 : Farm cottages, Shoscombe by Derek Harper
ST7157 : Double Hill by Derek Harper
ST7057 : Bath Road, Peasedown St John by Derek Harper
ST7057 : 2008 : Peasedown St. John Post Office by Maurice Pullin
ST7057 : 2008 : Main road, Peasedown St. John by Maurice Pullin
ST7157 : 2008 : Cottage at Double Hill by Maurice Pullin
ST7057 : Waggon & Horses, Peasedown St John by Derek Harper
ST7057 : 2008 : The Wagon & Horses, Peasedown St. John by Maurice Pullin
ST7157 : Double Hill Farm by Derek Harper
ST7157 : Looking along the Byway towards White Ox Mead Knoll by James Ayres
ST7057 : 2008 : Shops at Peasedown St. John by Maurice Pullin
ST7157 : 2008 : Near Double Hill Farm, Peasedown St. John by Maurice Pullin
ST7057 : 2008 : The original Peasedown by Maurice Pullin
ST7057 : 2008 : Cottages off Keels Hill, Peasedown St. John by Maurice Pullin

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