|Title||Downhill from Ingsdon Manor The chimney of the derelict building 1723399 can be made out above the bend.|
|Photo's author||Robin Stott User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||20 Feb 2010 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
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Downhill from Ingsdon Manor
Downhill from Ingsdon Manor The chimney of the derelict building 1723399 can be made out above the bend.
Derelict building below Ingsdon Manor Impossible to tell by looking whether this was a lodge, cottage or toll-house.
Derelict building below Ingsdon Manor
Field near Ingsdon Manor The far right-hand part of this field also appears in 907019. Ingsdon Hill is in SX8173, but this southern spur has a small separate hilltop. On the right is the wall surround…
Field near Ingsdon Manor A field on the side of Ingsdon Hill above the meadow shown in 906894, which was taken just beyond the hedge on the right. The wall surrounding Ingsdon Manor is just behind the…
South view from Ingsdon Hill. Green, rolling, Devon countryside.
What is going on here? SW Water is upgrading a sewage plant in a field at South Knighton, Newton Abbot.
Crop under plastic near Ingsdon. There were several acres being grown under plastic between Ingsdon and the Lemon valley. The crop had yellow flowers. Beyond the first field is Bradmores Wood. The fur…
Meadow below Ingsdon Manor The meadow seen in 906868; to the right, trees line the course of a small tributary of the River Lemon. A stable sits in the lower corner.
Stable in the valley The stable seen in 906871, lying at the foot of a steep triangular meadow. Beyond, the valley twists towards the Lemon valley, which is this side of the pylon line; the valley bey…
Peacock butterfly Inachis io on creeping thistle, a plant which dominates this meadow (shown in 906872).