|Title||Snow Covered Road Snow covered road with restricted byway to the left near to Ampton, Suffolk.|
|Photo's author||Keith Evans User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||10 Jan 2010 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
|Retrieved from source on||26 Feb 2012 23:49:28 (UTC)|
Snow Covered Road Snow covered road with restricted byway to the left near to Ampton, Suffolk.
Snow Covered Road
Road Junction near Rymer Barn. The junction between the Rymer Point - Honington road and the lane leading southeast to Great Livermere. The road from here to Honington does not appear on the 1940s OS …
Field boundary near Rymer Barn
Field boundary near Rymer Barn This field boundary extends north-eastwards from Green Lane, the minor road between Rymer Point and Great Livermere.
Hedgerow near Rymer Barn
Hedgerow near Rymer Barn This hedgerow extends north-eastwards from Green Lane, the minor road between Rymer Point and Great Livermere.
Enjoying The Mud
Old trees in ploughed field
Hanging scarecrow Ploughed field and scarecrow at Livermere Heath. A quick double-take was required to assure the photographer that a farmworker had not been punished for some minor misdemeanour.
Small Wood Looking through a small wood that sadly the farmer has used as a rubbish dump. The snow covered pile on the left contains industrial farm rubbish near to Ampton, Suffolk.
Cottage at Brush Hills
Cottage at Brush Hills This cottage stands at the edge of the woodland known as Brush Hills, at Livermere Heath on the minor road between Great Livermere and Rymer Point.
Pigs on Livermere Heath. Pig farming is a major activity in the thinly populated countryside between Bury St Edmunds and Thetford.
Byway to Rymer Barn. Looking north from the crossroads near Heath Farm.
House On The Corner
RAF Honington. One of the hardened aircraft shelters at the western end of Honington Airfield.
Suffolk, East of England, England, United Kingdom osm