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Photos from Herefordshire - Page 2

The images listed here are all taken from the walks featured on this website.

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Images from the Walks
301402interior detail, Leominster church
301403Leominster church - interior detail
301404Eaton Hall Farm Bridge and weir with the river in spate
320301Trig Point at 610 metres above Llanthony
321410Saracens Head is a listed 16th century pub by the River Wye
321411Ferry crossing on River Wye, Symonds Yat East
322101Woodland views to Titterstone Clee Hill
322102Burrington Farm House
322103Burrington Church with its wooden tower
322104Windmill in the distance in the woods near Burrington
322105Traffic jam Herefordshire style!
322106Elton Hall
322107An Aberdeen Angus enjoying the winter sun near Burrington!
322108View to the Clee Hills in Shropshire from near Burrington
322109Rolling Herefordshire hills near Richard's Castle
322110A secluded ford near Richard's Castle
322111St Bartholomew's Church, Richard's Castle hamlet
324301View from the summit of Garway Hill
328501Church of St Mary the Virgin at Kington
328502Panorama from Hergest Ridge
328503View East from summit of Hergest Ridge
328504Former race course on summit of Hergest Ridge
328505View to Welsh mountains from descent to Gladestry
328506Church of St. Thomas a Becket at Huntington
328507A stream runs in the valley on the route to Huntington Park
328508Empton Farm
328509A view of the Hergest Ridge looking North
328510Looking North to the Hergest Ridge with wild meadow flowers
328511A confusing array of signposts near the Golden Pippin
328512Retrospective of the Hergest Ridge, approaching Bredward
330001The pleasant market town of Kington
330002Church of St. Mary the Virgin at Kington
330003View from the Hergest Ridge
330004Looking East from the summit of the Hergest Ridge
330005Disused race course around the summit of the Hergest Ridge
330006View west to Welsh mountains, near Gladestry
330203River Wye from ferry crossing, Symonds Yat East
372301Trig Point, Garway Hill Common

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