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Friday, August 18, 2006

Old Railway Cutting Wall


Here we are back on the Trans Pennine Trail.

This overgrown wall is near the bridge under Stockport Road.

6 comments:

Louz said...

Personally I think there's always something beautiful about an old stone wall.

What are mushy peas?

Gerald England said...

Mushy peas are dried marrowfat peas which are first soaked overnight and then simmered until they form a green lumpy paste.

Put "mushy peas" into Google and you'll get far more information than you thought possible.

Not quite the same thing but I also came across this lovely shed load story.

Shelly said...

I really like this shot! Do you know what the pink flowers are?

Gerald England said...

I wish I did know what they are, but my botanical knowledge is poor.

Somewhere nearby on the same I took this photo

Pamela said...

The underggrowth / overgrowth has given that wall some great character.

Love your description of mushy peas, "green lumpy paste". You'll never believe this, but I saw a tin in the supermarket in Buenavista last week. :)

Shutter said...

Shelly

The pink flowers are Epilopbium angustifolium, or willow herb.

Gerald

The blue flower is Chicory, Cichorum intybus, which has escaped from a Garden. You will be familiar with the forced leaves as a salad vegetable.

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