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Thursday, 30 October, 2014
SP4919 : Path in Kirtlington Quarry by Dylan Moore Path in Kirtlington Quarry by Dylan Moore
geograph for square SP4919
Tags: [top:Derelict, Disused] [top:Paths] [top:Quarrying, Mining] [subject:quarry]
This quarry supplied the Kirtlington cement plant between 1907 and 1929. The quarry has Cornbrash Limestone at the top, with the Forest Marble Formation below, the... (more)
H4891 : Fallen leaves, Plumbridge by Kenneth  Allen Fallen leaves, Plumbridge by Kenneth Allen
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Tags: [top:Park and Public Gardens] [fallen leaves]
Pictured at the steps at the open area
SE0236 : Trig point on Penistone Hill by John Slater Trig point on Penistone Hill by John Slater
geograph for square SE0236
Tags: [top:Moorland] [top:Uplands] [trig point]
ST9660 : Along the track [4] by Michael Dibb Along the track [4] by Michael Dibb
geograph for square ST9660
Tags: [top:Lowlands] [top:Paths] [subject:bridleway]
Beyond the point where a track from Barleyhill Farm joined Leighball Lane, the condition of the latter is much improved. Leighball Lane is a public bridleway.
SS8590 : Bethania Chapel, Maesteg by Jaggery Bethania Chapel, Maesteg by Jaggery
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Tags: [top:Religious sites] [Baptist chapel] [chapel] [Grade II* Listed Building] [welsh baptist chapel]
Viewed across Bethania Street from the corner of Ewenny Road. A Welsh Religious Buildings Trust notice on the nameboard states that Bethania is a Grade II* listed... (more)
NT9122 : Valley of the Goldscleugh Burn by Geoff Holland Valley of the Goldscleugh Burn by Geoff Holland
geograph for square NT9122
Tags: [top:Uplands]
This deep and narrow valley is not named on the Ordnance Survey map although it was referred to by name in the 1926 book, `Walks from Wooler` by W. Ford Robertson.... (more)
H4891 : Open area, Plumbridge by Kenneth  Allen Open area, Plumbridge by Kenneth Allen
geograph for square H4891
Tags: [top:Park and Public Gardens] [open area]
Pictured along the Glenelly River
H4891 : Sculptured bench plaque, Plumbridge by Kenneth  Allen Sculptured bench plaque, Plumbridge by Kenneth Allen
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Tags: [top:Park and Public Gardens] [Plaque]
ST9660 : Track to the farm by Michael Dibb Track to the farm by Michael Dibb
geograph for square ST9660
Tags: [top:Flat landscapes] [top:Paths] [subject:track]
A track, from Barleyhill Farm, joins Leighball Lane from the right.
H4891 : Ogham alphabeth, Plumbridge by Kenneth  Allen Ogham alphabeth, Plumbridge by Kenneth Allen
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Tags: [top:Park and Public Gardens] [sculpture]
NN6658 : Car park alongside the River Tummel by Ian S Car park alongside the River Tummel by Ian S
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Tags: [top:Rivers, Streams, Drainage] [top:Roads, Road transport]
NT9122 : Fence in the valley of the Goldscleugh Burn by Geoff Holland Fence in the valley of the Goldscleugh Burn by Geoff Holland
geograph for square NT9122
Tags: [top:Uplands]
This fence, which forms the extreme boundary of a plantation, descends steeply through dense bracken and heather to the Goldscleugh Burn, a watercourse which is... (more)
ST9660 : Along the track [3] by Michael Dibb Along the track [3] by Michael Dibb
geograph for square ST9660
Tags: [top:Lowlands] [top:Paths] [subject:bridleway]
Leighball Lane is a track and a public bridleway. At this point somewhat more overgrown thanearlier, it continues to run straight ahead.
SP4919 : Kirtlington Quarry by Dylan Moore Kirtlington Quarry by Dylan Moore
geograph for square SP4919
Tags: [top:Derelict, Disused] [top:Quarrying, Mining] [subject:quarry]
This quarry supplied the Kirtlington cement plant between 1907 and 1929. The quarry has Cornbrash Limestone at the top, with the Forest Marble Formation below, the... (more)
ST9660 : Along  the track [2] by Michael Dibb Along the track [2] by Michael Dibb
geograph for square ST9660
Tags: [top:Lowlands] [top:Paths] [subject:bridleway]
Leighball Lane is a track and a public bridleway. Somewhat overgrown, it runs straight ahead.

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