What? No details to the pub's location and amenities?
Thanks for the report. It had me going to Google and learning about British Railways and Dr. Beeching.
For what it's worth, a lot of passenger service was cut in Canada, too, and it's no longer possible to take a single train across the country from coast to coast.
Thanks for the trip report. Enjoyed the pictures.
Hi, the location was actually very close to the visitor centre. Just wait till it's dusk, find somewhere away from the paths and set up your gear. One tip, if you plan to go to the pub as I did, make sure you take the time to really remember where your hammock is. When it's dark you may find it hard to locate it, I did . I would suggest even marking the location on a GPS unit if you have one.
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Thanks to everyone else for the kind comments!
Beautiful and well done!
Thank you for posting these wonderful photos, we enjoyed the blog very much. Please take more time and trips to share, you do an excellent job with the descriptions of the various points along the way.
Nice skull tat...cool Corgies...loved the Bridge that was.
Welcome to HF and thanks for sharing.