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Tuesday, June 02, 2009

Starting from Apethorn Lane

Recently I showed you the end of the line at Apethorn Lane where walkers and riders on the TransPennine trail need to leave the old railway line.

Here now we are looking back from there at the start of this section of the trail.

Riders and cyclists turn off at a signpost just after Green Lane Bridge directing them to Green Lane, whilst walkers can explore the track as far as the turntable near Godley Junction.


Cezar and Léia said...

Hello Gerald!
What a wonderful perspective in this capture! This path is really beautiful!

Babooshka said...

Well I hate to be prissy but I'm rather partial to this one than yesterday. Quite terrified me! Lovely light and link to the earlier image does add to the virtual walk.

Kate said...

This photo makes me want to take some free time and stroll down that lane. Looks so peaceful and quiet.

ascu75 aka Don said...

Yep I could take my scooter on that path we went for a picmic on sunday and had to turn back cos it was to rough and bouncy but the grandson loved it and grandad had to carry his scooter back to the car hooked behind my seat on my crutches. XXX Don

Reader Wil said...

Hi Gerald! I should like to cycle here! BTW I still can't see mr Linky, so that I can't enter. I don't understand, what we have to do. Do we have to remove our header? Could you enlighten me about this problem?

Old Wom Tigley said...

Another spot I would be found in over 35 years ago. Back then the trains still ran there of course... but it was a great place for a young lad to explore. I would collect the coal that fell from the wagons. I also would walk the tracks towards the woods at Pole Bank... there were plenty of rabbits and wood pigeon to be caught and shot there.

Rose said...

This looks like a wonderful place to go for a walk...

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