Lyscombe Chapel This chapel was recently renovated by English Heritage and won a 2006 RIBA Town and Country Award. Next to it are the ruins of the priest's house.
Thomas Hardy's lane Higher Bockhampton This is the lane that leads up to the cottage where the author was born
|Title||Ryalls farm Near Sturminster Newton The farm sits on top a small hill just above the River Lydden just off the old road from Sturminster to Stalbridge|
|Photo's author||Nigel Mykura User stats Author's photos|
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|Date||22 Jan 2008 00:00:00|
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Ryalls farm Near Sturminster Newton The farm sits on top a small hill just above the River Lydden just off the old road from Sturminster to Stalbridge
Caravan near Lower Ryalls Farm
Grazing land near Hinton St Mary Cattle grazing fields near Bagber Bridge.
Grazing land near Hinton St Mary
The river Lydden downstream from Bagber
Stalbridge: postbox № DT10 129, Kings Mill Road
Stalbridge: postbox № DT10 129, Kings Mill Road A rural postbox, emptied at 10:45 each morning except Sunday. Cattle relax in the field immediately behind it.
Crossroads on the Bagber to Stalbridge Road
Bagber Bridge 3 miles to the southeast of Stalbridge is this bridge over the Stour at Bagber. Grade II listed, the bridge dates from circa 1850 by W Davis (Engineer), and is a cast and wrought iron st…
Crossroads on Marnhull road
Grove Farm, Stalbridge The farm lies between Marnhull and Stalbridge