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Newton church>
Newton church
1.19m • © Philip Halling
Upper Gilvach>
Upper Gilvach
0.40m • © Bob Embleton
Road past Little Green Farm>
Road past Little Green Farm
0.41m • © Philip Halling
Plough on rough ground opposite Brighton House>
Plough on rough ground opposite Brighton House
0.54m • © Philip Halling
Tump Farm trig>
Tump Farm trig
0.64m • © Iain Macaulay
0.65m • © Stuart Wilding
Tump triangulation pillar>
Tump triangulation pillar
0.67m • © Richard Webb
Upper Maes Coed Chapel>
Upper Maes Coed Chapel
0.72m • © Tony Bailey
Mulberry House, Newton>
Mulberry House, Newton
0.89m • © Philip Halling
Towards Lower House Wood>
Towards Lower House Wood
0.93m • © Stuart Wilding
Meadow and Water Bowser>
Meadow and Water Bowser
0.94m • © Bob Embleton
Herefordshire Countryside>
Herefordshire Countryside
0.97m • © Stuart Wilding
White House, near Turnastone>
White House, near Turnastone
1.09m • © Philip Halling
Restored church meeting room>
Restored church meeting room
1.18m • © Graham Cole
Woodpecker Lodge>
Woodpecker Lodge
1.19m • © Bob Embleton
Gas pipeline under construction>
Gas pipeline under construction
1.19m • © Graham Cole
Lane near Coed Poeth Farm>
Lane near Coed Poeth Farm
1.27m • © Philip Halling
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