Horse logging in the Hermitage :: Shared Description

Horses are being used as an ecologically sensitive way of removing trees in the Hermitage of Braid Park in Edinburgh, as part of the management of the woodland. Two horses, Lisa and the piebald Angel, are being used and the work is being done by the Homestead Horselogging Company, based in the Scottish Borders LinkExternal link
by M J Richardson
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6 images use this description:

NT2470 : Coming down in the snow by M J Richardson
NT2470 : Hay break for Lisa by M J Richardson
NT2470 : Angel with log in tow by M J Richardson
NT2470 : Lisa and Angel at the log pile by M J Richardson
NT2470 : On the trot - downhill is easier - for the horse! by M J Richardson
NT2470 : Lisa, going back for another one by M J Richardson


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Created: Wed, 4 Apr 2012, Updated: Wed, 4 Apr 2012

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