wheres this cairn(?)
If I was in his shoes, I wouldn’t have wanted to go through the same scenario again.
he did actually apologise that it was missing in this photo 🙂
He’s slipping. That was way too easy! It’s on the opening credits to Countryfile…
i must be getting better at working out which ones are going to be tough to locate. soon as i saw this one i though you lads/lasses will get it pretty quick.Posted 1 year ago
hes badgering me, thinks hes got me so i took a look at some of the other pics in the album for clues. hes being sneaky!! looks like hes in the cotswolds!
heres another few pics to see if anyone recognises them but i cant expect any of my lakes experts to get em realistically so ill start another thread asking for cotswolds advice 😉
Posted 10 months ago
The plaque behind the bronze firefighter statue is at Stratford upon Avon frie station. No help with the rest
youre right, nice one, my ‘cotswolds thread’ suggested maybe moreton in the marsh, but youre spot on its stratford. so……..no 6 could also be that station and he maybe never went to moreton at all.
good work 🙂
rascal, i dont care whats in the pic, i just like astounding him with ‘my’ knowledge 🙂Posted 10 months ago
boo, my first fail :-/ im told no 2 above is the bridge into seathwaite farm, not grange, its about 2 miles away apparently. ah well, cant win em all. hes given me another couple now, and looking at the full set of pics on facebook he may be in the same area? think this set are titled seathwaite farm too. anyone care to pinpoint them for me?
Posted 8 months ago
Yes. The first one is an indeterminate point on the ridge, I think it’s around here
Number 2 is Calf Crag
Number 3 is Gibson Knott
The drystone wall could be anywhere! But it’s made from quarried slate rather than field stones.
The picture davidtaylforth posted is also Calf Crag.
The crag behind and right of the person in the first three shots is Deer Bield Crag, you can see fresh scree beneath the LH side which is the result of a huge rockfall in 1997 – it was effing huge, about 40 metres high, 20 metres wide and 10+ metres in depth.Posted 7 months ago
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