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Photos from Shropshire - Page 2

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

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Images from the Walks
183201Holly Tree at The Hollies near Lordshill
184401Betchcott Hill triangulation pillar
187101Shropshire Way at the Stiperstones National Nature Reserve
190701Looking back to Kinsley Wood
190702Heading towards Stowe
190704Small circular pond heading up to Holloway Rocks
190705Retrospective from Holloway Rocks
190706Small pond at summit of Stow Hill
190707Five Turnings
190708Cwm-sanaham Hill
190709An eroded section of Offa's Dyke
190710View to Knighton in valley below
205401Beech trees on Lindley Hill
208301Quartzite outcrop at south end of Stiperstones
208302View to the Stiperstones
208303Hills galore from Linley Hill
208304Avenue of trees on Linley Hill
208305Linley Hall
208306The col between Heath Mynd (right) and Cefn Gunthly
209201Retrospective to Titterstone Clee Hill
209202The new footbridge over Severn linking Alveley and Highley
209203This fellow crops up frequently indicating the Mercian Way
209204A brimming River Severn
209205Severn Valley Railway - Country Park Halt
209206View to the Visitor Centre across the Severn Valley
209207The Church at Highley
209208The winding wheel from the old colliery at Highley
209209A mining waggon, now a decorative planter at Highley
209210Historic detail is a feature of Severn Valley Railway stations
209211View along platform at Highley, Severn Valley Railway
215901Ashes Hollow, the Long Mynd
217601Main path through woods on east side of the Wrekin
217602The Ercall from path on east side of Wrekin
217603Shropshire countryside near the Wrekin
217604Autumn colour on south flank of the Wrekin
217605The summit of Little Hill, an outlier of the Wrekin
217606Looking south to Long Mynd & Caer Caradoc
217607Looking south towards the Long Mynd and Caer Caradoc
217608The view southeast from the Wrekin towards Ironbridge
217609The main summit area of the Wrekin
228801Cycle route 45 through the Wyre Forest
228802Dowles Brook in the Wyre Forest
228803Secluded ford in the Wyre Forest
229601Footpath to Brown Clee Hill
229602Path up East side of Brown Clee Hill
229603Pool on summit of Brown Clee Hill
229604Summit marker & toposcope on Brown Clee Hill
229605Clee Liberty with Titterstone Clee in the background
229606Looking West across rural Shropshire to the Long Mynd
229607Brown Clee Hill change of scenery
229608Shapely flanks of Clee Liberty
229609Stream lies in the steep valley
234501The tarmac lane that leads to the summit of Abdon Burf
234502The view west from the summit of Abdon Burf
234503Clee Burf from Shropshire Way on flank of Abdon Burf
239501Velley Knoll on the northern flanks of Stapeley Hill
247101View from the Jack Mytton Way west of Clun
263301Brown Clee Hill in Winter
265401Titterstone Clee Hill from near Rouse Broughton Terrace

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