SU2906 : Cycle path through the Brick Kiln Inclosure, New Forest

taken 12 years ago, near to Bank, Hampshire, Great Britain

Cycle path through the Brick Kiln Inclosure, New Forest
Cycle path through the Brick Kiln Inclosure, New Forest
The Brick Kiln Inclosure was first enclosed in the early nineteenth century, like many of the inclosures just south of Lyndhurst, and contains many of the original beech and oak. This gravelled cycle path leads northwards through the middle of the inclosure, from Butts Lawn up to Pinkney Lane and the hamlet of Bank. This is a working plantation, the Forestry Commission sign on the left warns against climbing on the timber stacks.
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Thursday, 16 February, 2006   (more nearby)
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Thursday, 16 February, 2006
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Farming > Inclosure   (more nearby)
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