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Trent Pylons

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A view of the River Trent from the hill top footpath that runs between Alkborough and Burton upon Stather. It shows the high pylons that cross the river to the South. To the North is Trent Falls.

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A: River Trent

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A view over the River Trent, onto the Isle of Axholme, from the hilltop footpath between Burton upon ...

River Trent

B: River Trent

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A view over the River Trent from the hilltop footpath near Walcot. Island Farm is visible directly ac...

River Trent

C: The River Trent

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A view of The River Trent from the hill top path inbetween Burton upon Stather and Alkborough. The Is...

The River Trent

D: The Green

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The Green area on the hillside above the Tank Ramp on the land rented by Burton Stather Heritage Grou...

The Green

E: Behind The Tank Ramp

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A view from behind the WWII tank slipway on The Trent near Burton upon Stather. Recently uncovered by...

Behind The Tank Ramp

F: The Tank Ramp

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The Tank Ramp on the River Trent near Burton upon Stather. Constructed and used during WWII for the t...

The Tank Ramp

G: Top of the Steps

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The top of the steps that begin the footpath from the hilltop down to the WWII Tank Ramp on the River...

Top of the Steps

H: Trent Falls and Alkborough Flats

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A view of Alkborough Flats and Trent Falls from Julian's Bower in Alkborough. Trent Falls is the conf...

Trent Falls and Alkborough Flats

I: Julian's Bower

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Julian's Bower is a unicursal turf maze in the village of Alkborough on the hill top overlooking Tren...

Julian's Bower

J: Snow on the Hillside

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A cylindrical panorama of Alkborough Flats and Trent Falls from the hillside directly below Julian's ...

Snow on the Hillside

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