Wilstone Reservoir /3 - Tring
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Wilstone Reservoir /3 - Tring

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Palavras-chave: reservoir, path, water, walk, countryside

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Wilstone Reservoir is an artificial water-body fed by natural springs and surrounded by marshes, reedswamp and willow carr, and supports an extensive wildlife and bird habitat.

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A: Wilstone Reservoir /1 - Tring

Por tim fiddimore, 810 metros de distância

photos.timfidd.comWilstone Reservoir is an artificial water-body fed by natural springs and surrounde...

Wilstone Reservoir /1 - Tring

B: Wilstone Reservoir /2 - Tring

Por tim fiddimore, 960 metros de distância

 photos.timfidd.comWilstone Reservoir is an artificial water-body fed by natural springs and surround...

Wilstone Reservoir /2 - Tring

C: The Red House

Por neil baldwin, 2.9 Km de distância

This place used to be a pub

The Red House

D: Bridleway crossroads

Por neil baldwin, 3.3 Km de distância

Bridleway crossroads

E: Country lane

Por neil baldwin, 3.5 Km de distância

Country lane in Aston Clinton

Country lane

F: Oldest Windmill Of British Isles Ashridge Uk

Por Vasilis Triantafyllou, 5.1 Km de distância

Pitstone Windmill is believed to be the oldest windmill in the British Isles, It was built in 1627.

Oldest Windmill Of British Isles Ashridge Uk

G: St James Church - Bierton in England

Por tim fiddimore, 6.7 Km de distância

photos.timfidd.comSt James the Great Church is thought to date back to 14th. century. The main struct...

St James Church - Bierton in England

H: St Mary's Church - Old Aylesbury

Por tim fiddimore, 6.8 Km de distância

photos.timfidd.comSt Mary is the Parish Church of Aylesbury and the County Church for Buckinghamshire...

St Mary's Church - Old Aylesbury

I: Aylesbury Canal /1

Por tim fiddimore, 7.3 Km de distância

photos.timfidd.comAylesbury town canal towpath. The canal is an arm from the Grand Union Canal, and e...

Aylesbury Canal /1

J: Bluebells at Ashridge Estate, Chilterns

Por Neil Parris, 7.6 Km de distância

The Ashridge estate is a large wooded area which now belongs to the National Trust and is very popula...

Bluebells at Ashridge Estate, Chilterns

Esta panorâmica foi tirada em England, Europe

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Text by Steve Smith.

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