|Title||Wheat field near Eastington The public footpath crosses this wheat before heading up close to the large barn on the hilltop.|
|Photo's author||Bob Embleton User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||14 Jun 2008 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 427|
|Retrieved from source on||10 Mar 2012 23:47:37 (UTC)|
Wheat field near Eastington The public footpath crosses this wheat before heading up close to the large barn on the hilltop.
Stile on the path to Eastington A completely overgrown path with much behind the camera ploughed and planted with wheat. Looking towards the strange barn that has been fitted out with windows to look …
Wheat planted over footpath The waymark sign for the footpath can be seen in the hedgeline in the centre of the picture, but there is no indication of where the actual right of way is. I found it quit…
Crops of ages past This year's cash crop is wheat, but in the hedgerow margin oil seed rape flourishes from previous plantings.
Barn, Eastington In a wonderful commanding position overlooking the Longdon Marsh is this strange building. From the layout of the windows it looks like a two storey house, but is just one large empty…
Barn to the north of Coneyburrow Hill This barn to the south of Eastington Hall overlooks Longdon Marsh and must be a property developer's dream. With its windows from a distance it looks like a house…
Barn, Eastington This barn has windows at two levels making it look from other aspects like a large two storey house.
Fields of Wheat Near Eastington with the peaks of the Malvern hills just showing in the distance.
Tennis courts, Eastington Once the site of a medieval village which became almost deserted except for one house which expanded and developed over the years to become known as Eastington Court.
Ploughed up footpath The whole field including the public right of way has been ploughed and a ctop planted. There has been no attempt to reinstate the path as the law requires.
Stile on overgrown footpath At the start of the footpath from Eastington to Hillworth. Completely overgrown and no waymarking. Not at all welcoming.
Stile on the path to Hillworth A welcome site after trudging through overgrown paths.
Pond, Eastington A small pond very near Eastington court and close to the path to Hillworth.
Racetrack on Coneyburrow Hill Diversification. Sheep are free to graze the grassland, but the hillside is put to extra use as a form of recreation.
Fields of Longdon Marsh Looking down through the wheat field and the ploughed out footpath.
Wheat near Eastington Acres and acres of wheat - this year's big money maker with a worldwide shortage and poor conditions in parts of the USA.
Footpath from Eastington Looking back up the well defined footpath through the field of wheat from Eastington Hall.
Hedgerow by Longdon Marsh At the bottom of the slope of Coneyburrow Hill this hedgerow indicates the route of the bridleway and on the other side the flat fields of the marsh flood plain.
Coneyburrow Hill Viewed along the tractor wheel ruts in the wheat field.
Coneyburrow Hill, Longdon. Supplementary. Taken from outside the grid square from the footpath from Longdon to Welland. Looking ENE.
Worcestershire, West Midlands, England, United Kingdom osm