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Weavers Arms Fillongley
England

Panoramic shot of the Nuneaton road (B4102) as it sweeps down towards Fillongley. Taken in early May 2009, with the return of the migratory swifts, the spot affords a good vantage point for views across the rural landscape and possibly a well-earned stop at the pub, the Weavers Arms.


The village of Fillongey spreads out in all directions, along the road to Meriden and or into Corley and on to Coventry.

Great (on a good day) for clouds too.

Panorama shot by Virtual Midlands (Coventry) Panoramic Tour Services

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Copyright: Ralph ames
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Uploaded: 13/05/2009
Updated: 18/02/2012
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