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Photo-Album of Wansdyke
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  Mike Hansford - west of Dundry?

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The images below were shot during a visit to what could be an extension of West Wansdyke to the West of Maes Knoll, roughly between Yanley on the A370 and Dundry. April and May 2003.

These pictures show Yanley Lane. The gate appears in Albany Major's bookThese pictures show Yanley Lane. The gate appears in Albany Major's book
These pictures show Yanley Lane. The gate appears in Albany Major's book. (click here or here to enlarge).

 

This picture is near to Colliters Brook.
This picture was taken near to Colliters Brook. (click here to enlarge).

 

Wansdyke forming part of boundary of Castle Farm on the A38 itself.
'Wansdyke' forming part of boundary of Castle Farm on the A38 itself. (click here to enlarge).

Wansdyke at Grove Farm.
'Wansdyke' at Grove Farm. (click here to enlarge).

 

At Lower Grove Farm, looking over Barrow Tanks Reservoir towards Barrow big Wood, Ridings Wood 'features', and the hills further on in the distance are probable where Gatcombe Villa would be.
At Lower Grove Farm, looking over Barrow Tanks Reservoir towards Barrow big Wood, Ridings Wood 'features', and the hills further on in the distance are probable where Gatcombe Villa would be. (click here to enlarge).

 

A view from theRidings Wood 'features' where the Peart can clearly be seen in the distance.
A view from theRidings Wood 'features' where the Peart can clearly be seen in the distance. (click here to enlarge).

'Wansdyke' on the steep ridge at Lower Grove Farm, Dundry.
'Wansdyke' on the steep ridge at Lower Grove Farm, Dundry. (click here to enlarge).

 

Shot from the top of the ridge.
Shot from the top of the ridge. (click here to enlarge).

 

A panoramic view from the Ridge, showing the Peart and the outskirts of Bristol.
A panoramic view from the Ridge, showing the Peart and the outskirts of Bristol. (click here to enlarge).

Copyright 2003, Mike Hansford. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

Comments to: Mike Hansford.


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