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SK4645 : View south from Shipley Gate by Christine Johnstone View south from Shipley Gate by Christine Johnstone
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Farmland along the Erewash valley, between Eastwood and Ilkeston.
Tags: Erewash Valley   subject:FarmlandX   type:GeographX   top:LowlandsX  
SK4743 : The site of Bennerley Ironworks and Bennerley Colliery by Christine Johnstone The site of Bennerley Ironworks and Bennerley Colliery by Christine Johnstone
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In the Erewash valley, north of Bennerley Viaduct. In 1880 the colliery was... (more)
SK4743 : Bennerley Viaduct, from the east by Christine Johnstone Bennerley Viaduct, from the east by Christine Johnstone
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The 'Iron Giant of the Erewash Valley' from a viewpoint on the... (more)
SK4841 : Remains of the Nottingham Canal by John Sutton Remains of the Nottingham Canal by John Sutton
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The section of the canal north of Trowell has been filled in, but some brickwork... (more)
SK4841 : By the Nottingham Canal by John Sutton By the Nottingham Canal by John Sutton
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This section of the canal, abandoned since the 1930s, is now a nature reserve.... (more)
Tags: top:Air, Sky, WeatherX   season:AutumnX   top:CanalsX   Erewash Valley   type:GeographX   Nature ReserveX   Nottingham CanalX   place:NottinghamshireX   top:PathsX   subject:ViewX  
SK4841 : A bend in the Nottingham Canal by John Sutton A bend in the Nottingham Canal by John Sutton
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Built in the 1790s to bring Erewash Valley coal to Nottingham, the canal was... (more)
Tags: season:AutumnX   top:CanalsX   Erewash Valley   type:GeographX   place:NottinghamshireX   top:PathsX   subject:ViewX  
SK4841 : Across the fields to Ilkeston by John Sutton Across the fields to Ilkeston by John Sutton
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A view across the Erewash Valley from the Nottingham Canal south of Cossall,... (more)
Tags: top:Air, Sky, WeatherX   season:AutumnX   place:DerbyshireX   Erewash Valley   top:Farm, Fishery, Market GardeningX   type:GeographX   place:IlkestonX   top:LowlandsX   place:NottinghamshireX  
SK4841 : Nottingham Canal junction by John Sutton Nottingham Canal junction by John Sutton
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The canal was built in the 1790s to bring coal from the Erewash Valley pits to... (more)
SK4842 : Cossall to Strelley by John Sutton Cossall to Strelley by John Sutton
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Looking eastwards across the lovely rolling country on the east side of the... (more)
SK4942 : Towards Ilkeston by John Sutton Towards Ilkeston by John Sutton
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A view over a field gate from the farm road which is part of the network of... (more)
SK4942 : From Nottinghamshire to Derbyshire by John Sutton From Nottinghamshire to Derbyshire by John Sutton
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Looking across the Erewash Valley from the bridle path from Strelley which... (more)
SK4841 : Cossall to Ilkeston by John Sutton Cossall to Ilkeston by John Sutton
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Looking westwards across the Erewash into Derbyshire from the footpath south of... (more)
Tags: season:AutumnX   place:DerbyshireX   Erewash Valley   top:Farm, Fishery, Market GardeningX   type:GeographX   place:IlkestonX   top:LowlandsX   place:NottinghamshireX   subject:ViewX   top:Woodland, ForestX  
SK4645 : Public footpath from Shipley Gate to Newmanleys Road by Christine Johnstone Public footpath from Shipley Gate to Newmanleys Road by Christine Johnstone
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Heading north-west to a gap in the trees, where there is a footbridge.
Tags: Cross Field FootpathX   Erewash Valley   path:FootpathX   type:GeographX   top:LowlandsX   subject:PathX   Public FootpathX  
SK4645 : Public footpath from Shipley Gate to Cotmanhay by Christine Johnstone Public footpath from Shipley Gate to Cotmanhay by Christine Johnstone
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A line of darker green in the foreground.
Tags: Cross Field FootpathX   Erewash Valley   path:FootpathX   type:GeographX   top:LowlandsX   subject:PathX   Public FootpathX  
SK4839 : In Trowell churchyard by John Sutton In Trowell churchyard by John Sutton
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The east end of the churchyard is hemmed in by houses and there is a thick holly... (more)
SK4839 : Trowell: Nottingham Road by John Sutton Trowell: Nottingham Road by John Sutton
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Looking towards the parish church on a fine October morning.
SK4839 : The Nottingham Canal at Trowell by John Sutton The Nottingham Canal at Trowell by John Sutton
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The canal was abandoned in the 1930s. The bridge carries the A609... (more)
SK4840 : Trowell: fields by the former canal by John Sutton Trowell: fields by the former canal by John Sutton
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The Nottingham Canal was abandoned eighty years ago and this stretch is now a... (more)
SK4840 : Once the Nottingham Canal by John Sutton Once the Nottingham Canal by John Sutton
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The Nottingham Canal was abandoned in the 1930s and this filled-in section is... (more)
SK4840 : The former course of the Nottingham Canal by John Sutton The former course of the Nottingham Canal by John Sutton
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The stretch of the canal north of Trowell has been filled in and is now a nature... (more)
SK4841 : Path to Cossall by John Sutton Path to Cossall by John Sutton
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This path across fields cuts a corner for walkers following the canalside path... (more)
Tags: season:AutumnX   Erewash Valley   top:Farm, Fishery, Market GardeningX   type:GeographX   top:LowlandsX   place:NottinghamshireX   top:PathsX   subject:ViewX  
SK4841 : Cossall: footbridge over the Nottingham Canal by John Sutton Cossall: footbridge over the Nottingham Canal by John Sutton
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The canal, engineered by Jessop in the 1790s, ran from the Trent to Langley... (more)
SK4841 : The Nottingham Canal near Cossall by John Sutton The Nottingham Canal near Cossall by John Sutton
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The canal, engineered by Jessop in the 1790s, ran from the Trent to Langley... (more)
Tags: top:Air, Sky, WeatherX   season:AutumnX   top:CanalsX   top:Derelict, DisusedX   Erewash Valley   type:GeographX   Nature ReserveX   Nottingham CanalX   place:NottinghamshireX   top:PathsX   TreesX   subject:ViewX  
SK4841 : Footpath to Cossall by John Sutton Footpath to Cossall by John Sutton
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The path leads up the hill from the abandoned Nottingham Canal to the Ilkeston... (more)
Tags: season:AutumnX   Erewash Valley   top:Farm, Fishery, Market GardeningX   type:GeographX   top:LowlandsX   place:NottinghamshireX   top:PathsX   TreesX   subject:ViewX  
SK4942 : Over the hedge on Robinettes Lane by John Sutton Over the hedge on Robinettes Lane by John Sutton
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Looking north-west towards Spring Wood and, on the skyline to the left of... (more)
Tags: top:Air, Sky, WeatherX   season:AutumnX   Erewash Valley   top:Farm, Fishery, Market GardeningX   type:GeographX   top:LowlandsX   place:NottinghamshireX   subject:ViewX  
SK4942 : Up Robinettes Lane in October by John Sutton Up Robinettes Lane in October by John Sutton
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Beyond the house the lane becomes a bridle way to Strelley (or Awsworth and Swingate).
Tags: top:Air, Sky, WeatherX   season:AutumnX   Erewash Valley   type:GeographX   top:LowlandsX   place:NottinghamshireX   top:PathsX   top:Roads, Road TransportX  
SK4942 : Bridle path and paddock by John Sutton Bridle path and paddock by John Sutton
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On the network of paths and bridle ways which link Awsworth and Cossall to... (more)
Tags: top:Air, Sky, WeatherX   Erewash Valley   top:Farm, Fishery, Market GardeningX   type:GeographX   top:LowlandsX   place:NottinghamshireX   top:PathsX   subject:ViewX  
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