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Redwood trees, St Anns Hill, Chertsey
England
A wooded park with nature trail and views over the surrounding countryside, once the site of an ancient hilltop fort. Open all year. Times vary with seasons, generally 9am - dusk. Admission free.
Copyright: Lars Torngren
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Uploaded: 29/03/2013
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