Beeny Cliff Looking down the steep steps over Beeny Cliff to Seals Hole. There were reports of over 100 seals in this area today - but we saw none.
"Camp" on Creach Bheinn Marked on the OS map as 'camp', these remains of stone huts lie between two substantial drystone dykes in a dip just below the summit of Creach Bheinn. Although reputedly the r…
|Title||Aircraft Hangar. Used for aircraft or storage during the war.|
|Photo's author||Paul Beaman User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||19 May 2007 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
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|Camera model||Canon / Canon PowerShot A710 IS|
|Exposure time||1/1250 s|
|Focal length||10.0 mm|
Aircraft Hangar. Used for aircraft or storage during the war.
Building Renovation. This old building appears to be undergoing some restoration,would be nice to know a little more of the history.
Bacon Hall Farm
Childs Ercall Airfield. Derelict wartime buildings at Childs Ercall airfield.
Blakeley Near Eaton Upon Tern.
The Red Phonebox. A rainy morning in Eaton upon Tern. Nice to see an old red phonebox.
Dynamic downtown Eaton Upon Tern
Post box at Eaton upon Tern
View across the old airfield
Road on the old Airfield at Eaton upon Tern A very flat open wilderness where model aircraft can be seen flying on a Sunday afternoon.
Lane with an old iron fence