With the red danger flags missing from Artillery impact area meaning it was open to the public this was the perfect opportunity to explore Byways and military structures from the past and present. From the demolition pit to Bombard OP and the old tank target railways. Please subscribe to the YouTube Channel
Welcome back to the calendar challenge 2019, this month we venture into Somerset and to the town of Glastonbury, made famous in recent history for the music festival. We have missed that I’m afraid not sure its my thing but I’ve never been so i can’t make judgement on it. On arriving we found it…
The Byway Series continues to grow, Lake to Stonehenge Wiltshire an excellent little byway, firm track no deep ruts. Subscribe to the YouTube Channel so you don’t miss any of the Series and other adventures we have.
Visiting Peterborough I had a few Days to spare so lets hit some byways in Disco Doris, First stop Castor village Peterborough, Clay Lane, the A47 cuts the byway in half we found no access to the other part of the byway. Thanks to Justin Howard
Starts at Gore Cross on the A360 due to Range red flags flying ended at West Chisenbury on the A345. A mix of tarmac ,gravel and rutted tracks with various water obstacles. Beware if red flags are flying stay off by ways that turn off on to impact area.