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Sunday, 21 February 2010

Sunday Stroll: Dry Stone Wall


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On a recent Sunday stroll up over Quick Edge in Mossley, I spotted this dry stone wall which was in the process of being re-built.

As my previous picture of a dry stone wall near Hartshead Pike had attracted interest, I thought that some of you might be interested to see how these walls are constructed.

I did not venture out with my camera today as it was snowing again and the hills were covered in a layer of white once again.

I apologise for the absence of photos for the last few days and I add this photo today especially for my friend Pete, who has been staring at the photo of the escalator for days now in the hope that it would change!

See Birds Eye View of this location.

2 comments:

  1. Never thought I would be so pleased to see a wall !

    Reminds me of my walling repair attempts on a Marple side-pond.

    An admirable craft well worth learning.

    Many thanks

    Pete

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