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2019.04.07 - COACH RAMBLE - CASTLE HOWARD area - 'B' walk shown - Start SE71213 at Coneysthorpe ~200m E then ~SSE to Ray Wood, circle E / S thru wood to Temple at SE723700, ~SSE to cross New River Bridge, ~S on FP to SE723693, ~W to the Gate House at SE711695, ~500m S on The Stray, ~W into Brandrith Wood then ~SE thru it, Zig zag thru fields ~SE to Bulmer, ~W past Church & continue ~300m, ~NNW to & thru Ox Pasture Wood, then ~WNW along Ponds to SE688689, 'wavy' N to Ganthorpe, BW ~N to join Broats Lane at SE691708, follow B' lane ~ENE thru Cum Hag / Owler Woods to road ~E to The Stray at SE708713, ~S on The Stray to The Obelisk, ~E for ~200m to Parking Area / Reception for Castle Howard - leader John Taylor - Wednesday

Rays Wood
Great Lake fringed by Ray Wood
fallen tree lifted to let group pass under
The Temple
Temple another elevation
Statues on above elevation in more detail
New River Bridge
Castle Howard seen from New Bridge (or near it)
zoomed in as above
a backward glance at the Mausoleum
The Pyramid
Castle Howard
extended beyond Castle Howard to the East
Gate House
Gate House with The Stray (road) passing through
inscription and Coat of Arms above the Gate House
looking North from the Gate House towards the Obelisk
after passing through the Gate House looking North back at it
ramparts East of the Gate House
ramparts to the West of the Gate house

through Brandrith Wood
entering Bulmer
Brandrith Woods - 1/2 mile - Howardian Hills - Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
Bulmer Village Hall
St Martin's Church
George IV coat of arms?


William Marshall / died April 9 1858 / Aged 70 / He served the Earl of Carlisle for above 50 years honestly and faithfully

Above the old blacksmiths shop - now a house
encountering the 'A' group walking in the opposite direction
both 'A' and 'B' walking groups intermingled
as above
groups parting

Victorian post box at Ganthorpe - box now 120years old 

stone pillar in middle probably contained drinking water pump?
leaving Cum Hag / Owler Woods
Castle Howard seen across the Great Lake

The Obelisk closer up

inscription on the Obelisk
public reception centre near the parking area

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