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Stiles and paths around Wenlock by Rob Sharrock The Good the Bad and the Ugly.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The ugly
 
 
Field edge footpaths should be a minimum of 1.5 metres wide.
 
 
 
 
 
Help! They are following me - and getting closer.
Why wasn’t there a sign on the lower stile where I entered the field?
 
 
 
 
Cross field footpaths should be a minimum of 1 metre wide.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
How would you know that this is a public footpath
 
 
 
The footpath used to go this way. Now it goes around the end of this fallen tree.
 
 
 
There is a stile in here somewhere!
 
 
The path crosses here – somewhere.
 
 
 
 
The The only way is to climb over this wobbly gate.
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It’s pointing the wrong way!
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It’s a long time since anyone walked this path
203m
 
Sometimes you need to be good at knots.
 
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This stile needs a step
Mind the trip wire.
At Muckley Cross
 
Why do they follow?
 
636 964  A good spot to stop for a break.
 
If you cannot avoid ploughing or disturbing the surface of a cross-field footpath when sowing or cultivating a crop, you m...
Hunt the stile!
 
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Footpaths should be reinstated after ploughing and sowing.
 
620972 - Where an electric fence is placed across a right of way, or closely bordering one, the public must not be exposed...
 
 
 
There are no posts or markers to show that a footpath leaves the road here
 
 
Good!
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I hope that this footpath will be reinstated
 
 
 
619995
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Would you know that a footpath goes this way?
 
The effect of modern hedging machinery.
 
 
 
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Stiles And Paths Around Wenlock

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photographic record of footpath conditions around Much wenlock in Shropshire, England, UK

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  1. 1. Stiles and paths around Wenlock by Rob Sharrock The Good the Bad and the Ugly.
  2. 11. The ugly
  3. 14. Field edge footpaths should be a minimum of 1.5 metres wide.
  4. 20. Help! They are following me - and getting closer.
  5. 21. Why wasn’t there a sign on the lower stile where I entered the field?
  6. 26. Cross field footpaths should be a minimum of 1 metre wide.
  7. 56. How would you know that this is a public footpath
  8. 60. The footpath used to go this way. Now it goes around the end of this fallen tree.
  9. 64. There is a stile in here somewhere!
  10. 67. The path crosses here – somewhere.
  11. 72. The The only way is to climb over this wobbly gate.
  12. 73. 649975
  13. 75. It’s pointing the wrong way!
  14. 76. 653975
  15. 77. It’s a long time since anyone walked this path
  16. 78. 203m
  17. 80. Sometimes you need to be good at knots.
  18. 82. 652964
  19. 86. This stile needs a step
  20. 87. Mind the trip wire.
  21. 88. At Muckley Cross
  22. 90. Why do they follow?
  23. 92. 636 964 A good spot to stop for a break.
  24. 94. If you cannot avoid ploughing or disturbing the surface of a cross-field footpath when sowing or cultivating a crop, you must re-instate the path within fourteen days. This means that it must be rolled and the line of the path delineated, so that it is apparent on the ground and it is reasonably convenient to use. If the surface of the path is subsequently disturbed on a second occasion, you must re-instate it within 24 hours, unless you have written authorisation from Shropshire County Council.
  25. 95. Hunt the stile!
  26. 97. 627968
  27. 99. 622971
  28. 100. Footpaths should be reinstated after ploughing and sowing.
  29. 102. 620972 - Where an electric fence is placed across a right of way, or closely bordering one, the public must not be exposed to the risk of receiving shocks.
  30. 106. There are no posts or markers to show that a footpath leaves the road here
  31. 109. Good!
  32. 110. 623985
  33. 111. I hope that this footpath will be reinstated
  34. 115. 619995
  35. 124. Would you know that a footpath goes this way?
  36. 126. The effect of modern hedging machinery.
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