|Title||Pylons, Blackburn Grazing for sheep this year.|
|Photo's author||Richard Webb User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||30 May 2007 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
|Retrieved from source on||16 Mar 2012 09:33:03 (UTC)|
Pylons, Blackburn Grazing for sheep this year.
Lauderdale. View through the powerlines of the fields of Pilmuir and Lauderdale beyond.
Sheep, Blackburn Ewes and lambs above Lauderdale. Note the salt lick on a stick.
Pylons, Blackburn. Lauderdale has two high voltage power lines, one serving the Tweeddale towns and the other linking to the grid in England. View north across a field where the straw has been lying f…
Blackchester. The wood hides a hillfort.
Track to Blackchester Farm. Which also doubles as a public right-of-way.
Track to Blackchester Farm.
Lauderdale Looking past Under Covert towards Lauderdale.
Drinking troughs, Pilmuir. The nettle growth tells of high concentrations of phosphate in the soil as a result of animal waste. Nothing grazing this field today.
Pilmuir Farm sheds
Pilmuir Farm sheds
Pilmuir Pumphouse for Trabrown in the foreground.
Midburn Farm.. Farm buildings on the Berwickshire farm
Pheasant Feeder, Trabrown Most of the plantations around here contain some form of evidence of game bird rearing.
No Entry! The farmer was moving cattle into another field, so had blocked the entrance to the lane with his tractor.
Lane, Trabrown Hill Unsurfaced farm road up on to Trabrown Hill. There is a small wood used as cover for game birds on the left.
Gate, Trabrown Hill Gate leading onto ploughed field with Pilmuir Farm in the distance.
Pile of stones, Trabrown Hill Pile of stones next to a newly seeded field. I had hoped to follow a marked path further, but turned back here at the edge of a large field with growing crops.
Ancient settlement site, Trabrown Hill
The Scottish Borders, Scotland, United Kingdom osm
|County||The Scottish Borders|