Long Distance Paths Round-Up at the start of 2022
As If I don’t have enough to do already I’ve decided now is the time to start my Blog, website, collection of memories, ramblings and moans. It’ll find it’s own direction over time I am sure but my initial thoughts are it will include walks, Cooper, pubs, beer, cake, railways, canals and Humanism with a […]
Time to reflect on where I am at with walking named Long Distance Footpaths. To date I have completed the following walks as listed on the LDWA website ... Cumbria Way - 70 miles from Ulverston to Carlisle in Cumbria. Danelaw Way - 60 miles from Lincoln to Stamford. Grand Union Canal Walk - 138 [...]
Bourne to Saxby : Bridge #28
Bridge 28 provided for the railway line to cross the road which goes between Castle Bytham, past Morkery Wood, and onto the A1 and South Witham. It’s located at OS Grid Reference SK956194. Images captured on Friday 29 May 2020 …
Bourne to Saxby : Bridge #37
Bridge 37 provided for the road into the south of Castle Bytham to cross the line adjacent to Castle Bytham Station. It’s located at OS Grid Reference SK990181. Images captured on Saturday 16 May 2020 ...
Bourne to Saxby : Between Culvert 21 and Bridge 20
Bourne to Saxby : Bridge #20
A footpath runs alongside the southern edge of the embankment which carried the line between Culvert 21 and Bridge 20 (Thistleton Lane, South Witham) on the edge of South Witham. On the northern side of the embankment at this point there is now housing but the southern edge remains open to fields. Above Culvert 21, […]
Bourne to Saxby : Culvert #21
Bridge 20 carried the railway line over Thistleton Lane, the minor road between South Witham and Thistleton, in South Witham. It’s located at OS Grid Reference SK924189. Images captured Wednesday 29 April 2020 …
Culvert 21 provided for a tributary of the infant River Witham to flow under the embankment which carried the railway line past the village of South Witham. It's located at OS Grid Reference SK927190. Images captured on Tuesday 28 April 2020 ...