Deep heather. Strong heather growth and a fence junction.
The longest try Dressed in Preston Lodge RFC kit, a runner carries a ball on the Prestonpans Half Marathon. Running through Cockenzie,just a power station away from the finish in Prestonpans.
|Title||Crook Head. Rough grazing above Tweedsmuir.|
|Photo's author||Richard Webb User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||23 Sep 2006 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 449|
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Crook Head. Rough grazing above Tweedsmuir.
Crook Head. Looking along the ridge towards Nether Oliver Dod. Very rough grassland with some heather. Grazed by cattle in summer as well as the sheep.
Nether Oliver Dod. From the northeast. A fence has replaced the now ruined dyke over Nether Oliver Dod. Very rough tussock grass , and hard going.
Pillar above the Crook Inn. The story goes that this is a marker for a water supply pipe, but its way up a hill!
Nether Oliver Dod. The summit, beyond the ruined dyke and fence.
Hillside above the A701
Crook Hill With the pillar used by the aqueduct engineers building the pipes from Talla and Fruid reservoirs.
Hillside & Pillar above A701
Between the Oliver Dods. Gap between the two tops and some very heavy going over tussock grass. Beyond, Gathersnow Hill.
Pillar, Nicklebeard Hill. Another pillar marking the line of the water main
The glen behind Kingledoors