|Title||Log stack, Amberwood Inclosure This area has recently been felled and there are a number of stacks of logs along the side of the main track.|
|Photo's author||Trish Steel User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||17 Feb 2009 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
|Retrieved from source on||15 Mar 2012 06:40:18 (UTC)|
Log stack, Amberwood Inclosure
Log stack, Amberwood Inclosure This area has recently been felled and there are a number of stacks of logs along the side of the main track.
Track, Amberwood Inclosure The tracks wanders through the inclosure towards the Latchmoor Brook.
Track, Amberwood Inclosure
The Track in Amberwood Inclosure This track leads from Hampton Ridge down to Latchmore Brook.
Oak trees in the Amberwood Inclosure, New Forest. Late afternoon in autumn, the oaks in the Amberwood Inclosure are losing their leaves and the bracken is dying back in the cold weather. For some reas…
Autumn afternoon in the Amberwood Inclosure, New Forest. The Amberwood Inclosure was first enclosed in 1815, and was originally planted with oaks.
From Latchmore Brook into Alderhill Inclosure From Latchmore Brook you can see the footpath leading into Alderhill Inclosure.
Edge of Amberwood Inclosure Pony stalls at the entrance of Amberwood Inclosure.
Footpath to Latchmore Brook This footpath leads from the track to bridges crossing Latchmore Brook. We are facing towards Sloden Inclosure.
Holding Pen, New Forest These pens are used to hold the ponies when they are rounded up, for branding and routine care. This one is on the edge of Amberwood Inclosure.
Holding Pen, New Forest
Woodland Edge Looking along the boundary of Amberwood Inclosure at Ashley Cross.
Latchmore Brook Bridge in Alderhill Inclosure A variety of trees can be found in Alderhill Inclosure.
Bridge over Latchmore Brook, Alderhill Inclosure The Latchmore Brook flows under this bridge between Alderhill Inclosure and Sloden Inclosure.
Approaching Amberwood Inclosure. The approach here is from the west, a wet day in Spring.
Ashley Cross, New Forest. This picture puts the observation post in 56510 into context, looking north from the edge of the Amberwood Inclosure. The brick structure is out on the open heath, looking no…
Wooden Gate into Amberwood Inclosure
Latchmore Brook, Alderhill Inclosure The river flows through Alderhill Inclosure. A lot of gravel deposits line the brook bed.
Hampshire, South East England, England, United Kingdom osm