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Friday, December 19, 2008

Barmhouse Lane

Barmhouse Lane is a narrowish, steepish lane leading off the A57.

It is shared by both heavy wagons heading for the Water Treatment Works at Godley Reservoir and horse riders making their way to the Godley Bridleway.

Hence the need for a warning sign.


mkhansen said...

Sounds like a slightly hair-raising combination. I wonder how the horses like it.

magiceye said...


JoAnn's-D-Eyes said...

Thats a reall narrow lana , nice to see and good captured Gerald,

Merry christmas wishes
JoAnn's D Eyes/Holland

Gail's Man said...

Bet some residents in that area have some very good rose bushes if they go along the lane scooping up the calling cards of the horses. Locally here they are known as "bubo flakes".

Tootie said...

We sure see none of those signs here. :-) Horses are not allowed on the island.

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