Roeburndale Road Plantation Long narrow wood along the Tarn Beck.
The Queen's Head Pub in Galdeford. At time of visit, this queen had lost her head.
|Title||Crossing on manual, A44 Leominster The level crossing on the edge of Leominster. The road used to be the A49, but since the bypass now carries the A44. While working on the crossing, the gates were opened and shut manually - a huge responsibility. The house is a typical crossing keeper's house for the Hereford and Shrewsbury railway.|
|Photo's author||Richard Webb User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||28 Jul 2009 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
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Crossing on manual, A44 Leominster
Crossing on manual, A44 Leominster The level crossing on the edge of Leominster. The road used to be the A49, but since the bypass now carries the A44. While working on the crossing, the gates were op…
A44 level crossing
Bridge over the River Lugg giving access to Leominster Auction Mart
Petrol Station on the outskirts of Leominster. The filling station is on the roundabout on the A49 east of Leominster
Winding River The River Lugg on the north east of Leominster winds around a bend at this point to head south.
A small riverside field Barley growing between the railway and a branch of the River Lugg just outside Leominster.
A small riverside field
River Lugg The northern branch of the Lugg shortly before rejoining the southern braid (Kenwater). This part of the river is heavily canalised due to flood relief works for Leominster, a town notoriou…
River Lugg The River just to the east of Leominster.