Monday, 6 January 2020

Last part of the Trail



I have written about the Agatha Christie trail before and said I would walk it all and post it on here. Well Finally I got to walk it just before the New Year, Ill post a few photos on here and link the post to to my Exploration Blog







You will find this stile at the Bypass
which is behind me














This is looking back across the bypass towards the sign post















Right beside me is this entrance















to a Gravel pit that has just opened



Further on you will cross the preserved railway this view looks towards the Gravel pit  I passed
















You should link up with the footpath that runs past this plantation of trees















Keep walking along it with the railway over on your left if you are heading to Cholsey
 and through the tunnel of shrubs ahead
You will also go through a few kissing gates like this. I will leave you hear and ask you to go to the link where you can see the whole trail from Cholsey to Winterbrook. You can see the whole of the Agatha Christie Trail by clicking the link
Happy New Year
Taking Part in Our World Tuesday

12 comments:

  1. I didn't know there was an Agatha Christie trail - fascinating

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  2. Interesting stroll!
    Thanks for sharing at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2020/01/cranberry-orange-babka.html

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  3. Wonderful photos! You had quite and adventure!

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  4. Intersting! I like the tunnel of shrubs.

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  5. How fascinating! I didn't know there was an Agatha Christie trail! Love the photos.

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  6. Hello, The Agatha Christie trail is new to me, What a nice trail, I like the tunnel.
    Enjoy your day, have a happy week ahead.

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  7. Kissing gates are a huge improvement over the stiles. Looks an enjoyable and varied walk.

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  8. Oh the things you can see on a such a long walk.

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  9. I didn't know it existed, good that they named it after her, do you think she would've liked it?

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  10. I like the tunnel of shrubs..

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  11. Looks like it is an adventure for sure! Have a great week!

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  12. Your second to last shot is my favourite.

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