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Photos from Herefordshire - Page 1

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Images from the Walks
155606British Camp Iron Age fort
155607The Herefordshire Beacon in the Malevrn Hills
155608The quarry at south Swinyard Hill
155609View of the obelisk on the Eastnor Estate from Midsummer Hill
155610View of summit Midsummer Hill's summit
165806British Camp Iron Age fort, Herefordshire Beacon
165807The Herefordshire Beacon seen from Broad Down, Malverns
165808Quarry & pool at south end of Swinyard Hill, the Gullet
165809The obelisk on the Eastnor Estate from near Midsummer Hill
165810View from Midsummer Hill to Raggedstone Hill
166001The ruins of Craswall Priory
167301Shobdon Arches, mediaeval church at Shobdon
167302A close up of some carved detail on the Shobdon Arches
167303A fine view across the valley from Shobdon Hill Wood
167304Mere Hill Wood rises over 250m above sea level
167305Descending path to River Lugg
167306Pyon Wood conceals a hill fort
167307Path up to Croft Ambrey
167308A peculiar house on the path to Croft Ambrey
167309View west to Yatton & Wales, Croft Ambrey
167310The Mortimer Trail follows the crest of Yatton Hill
167311Croft Ambrey ancient hill fort
167312The Church of St John the Evangelist on the Shobdon Estate
178701Court of Noke, Herefordshire
195001Boundary Stone, Cefn Hill
195701View over Hay Bluff from Cefn Hill
199801View north from Harley's Mountain
217901Track above Woolla Farm on Merbach Hill
219201View down the Wye from Capler Lodge
232601The Obelisk on the Eastnor Estate from near Hollybush
232602The Obelisk on the Eastnor Estate
232603The path from Hollybush to British Camp through the woods
232604Looking north from the flanks of the Herefordshire Beacon
232605The extensive defensive ditches on the Herefordshire Beacon
232606British Camp Reservoir from Broad Down
232607View of the Herefordshire Beacon, Malvern Hills
232608Hangman's Hill view south to Swinyard Hill & beyond
232609Swinyard Hill and Midsummer Hill from Hangman's Hill
236501The Lugg meets the Wye at Mordiford
238002The Monument on the Eastnor Estate
238003British Camp, Herefordshire Beacon, with Motte & Bailey earthwork
260101St Andrew's Church Moreton on Lugg
260102The bridge over the River Lugg at Moreton on Lugg
260103Snowdrops at Marden Church
260104Stepless bridge at SO520458 near Marden
260105View east from Sutton Walls Iron Age Fort
266401Herefordshire Beacon from the main approach
266402Defensive ditches on the Herefordshire Beacon
266403Looking north to Jubilee Hill from the Herefordhsire Beacon
266404British Camp Reservoir from Millennium Hill
266405Herefordshire Beacon from Millennium Hill
266406Herefordshire Beacon from Broad Down
281701Typical Herefordshire country near Marcle Hill
281702Looking down from Marcle Ridge across to the Malvern Hills
281703Buttercup meadows approaching Much Marcle church
281704Rare wooden effigy inside the church
281705Much Marcle church interior
281706The ancient yew and bench outside the church at Much Marcle
284001St Bartholomew's church, Richard's Castle
301401Leominster church - the exterior

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