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Photos from Wiltshire - Page 1

The images listed here are all taken from the walks featured on this website.

Images from the Walks
173301Trig point, the Giant's Grave, Oare
180701Oare from Huish Hill
180702Giant's Grave from Huish Hill
180703Pond at Manor Farm, Huish
192801Martinsell Hill
211404Buttermere village in Wiltshire
211405Remote church in Buttermere, Wiltshire
233901Downland near Alton Barnes
234301St. Peter's Church, Higher Pertwood
269901High Street, Lacock
269902Lacock - shops and cottages on High Street
269903Lacock - West Street
269904Lacock - Lacock Bakery on Church Street
269905Lacock - stained glass window St Cyriac's Church
269906Lacock - shop and cottages on Church Street
269907Tithe Barn, High Street, Lacock
269908Lacock - row of cottages on High Street
269909Lacock - Lock up and Titrhe barn on East Street
281201Avebury Stone Circle
281202Avebury Parish Church
281203The Stone Circle at Avebury
281204Climbing onto Avebury Down from Avebury Village
281205The Ridgeway on Overton Down
281206Looking north along the Ridgeway across Overton Down
281207Barrow on Avebury Down known as a "hedgehog"
281208The River Kennett at East Kennett
281209West Kennett Long Barrow
281210Silbury Hill - a massive man made hill
281211The riverside path along the Kennett near Avebury
281212Avebury Parish Church
293601View across Woodcombe Bottom
323701Track to Bowerchalke from Marleycombe Hill
331801Ancient Stone Circle, Avebury
331802The White Horse on Hackpen Hill
331803The North Wessex Downs from near Overton Down
334701Main Street in Castle Combe
341701Silbury Hill near Avebury
341702The West Kennett Long Barrow near Avebury
341703Stone Circle at Avebury
351701The sign at the start of the Ridgeway
351702A 'hedgehog' burial mound near Overton Hill
351703Thatched cottages in Avebury
351704Part of the stone circle at Avebury
351705The parish church at Avebury
351706Overton Hill with information board explaining the site

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