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2019.11.03 Start in Sheffield - Snig Hill / Bridge St ~SK355878, ~ ENE to River Don, ~NNW along R.Don & cross Ring Rd into Kelham Island, pass South of Kelham.I.Museum, cross R. Don at SK350883, follow R.Don ~NNW then leaving ~N to cross under Railtrack at SK348888, ~N up thru Parkwood Springs, circle (to East) around Playing Field then ~N to Viewing Pt, cont ~N on West side of Houses to ~SK350902, ~NW thru open land then ~SW to cross above Railtrack at SK341904, thru unmarked cemetery at ~SK340904, then NNW (with switchback to cross stream) to cross road at SK338907 (below railtrack viaduct), take road NW to join A61 then ~N on it to before Sainsburys, road NW to SK327917, ~N under railtrack and continue for 200m, left on road then N on FP to drystone wall south of Lower Hurst Farm, ~WNW to Beeley Wood, ~NW on edge of woods to & across Oughtibridge Lane (SK314934), ~NNE to enter Wharncliffe Wood and join Trans Pennine Trail ~NW, leave TPT & cross bridge West over railtrack at SK302947, track ~W then ~N to More Hall Farm, cross ~W over River Don to A6102 & ~200m N along it, on Road up toward Bolsterstone ~W for ~250m, FP ~NE at start but generally ~NW thru Hollin Edge Height & Cote House to Bolsterstone* ,~W to The Height & ~N down to Underbank Reservoir - leader Lynn Oxlade - Sunday  (* some including photographer broke off at Bolsterstone)

Sheffield Crown Court?
leaders briefing
once The Exchange Brewery?
A brief history of  the Riverside Exchange Area
Upper Don Walk
inclined channel to enable fish to climb up the weir?
helping to return fish species to the River Don
To left is Aizlewood's Mill - a  Grade II listed Victorian Flour Mill..

The Church - from Wikipedia - quote - The New Testament Church of God also on Nursery Street is a Grade II listed building built by Flockton, Lee & Flockton it was financed by Anne and Elizabeth Harrison, who stipulated that it should be an exact copy of Christ Church in Attercliffe (1826) and therefore has an old-fashioned look with thin pointed buttresses, a crenellated parapet and a square tower.- unquote

Kelham Island Museum
Floods in Sheffield - painted on at Fat Cat Pub
see Wikipedia
A bridge on our route crossed over The River Don
road under railtrack on way up Parkwood Springs
small fishing pond on brook on way to 'Playing Field'
remnants of once ski or toboggan run?
Stannington Flats
view of industrial area, farms and woods we later walked past
The Hillsborough Barracks - now mainly a Morrison's Supermarket
graveyard - probably attached to Owlerton Church at some time?

Railtrack viaduct - we passed parallel to it on near side
looking back at Sainsbury's Supermarket as we past it on the way to Lower Hurst Farm & Beeley Wood
low clearance tunnel on the way to Lower Hurst Farm & Beeley Wood
chimneys seen in distance earlier on in walk
cattle seen over the drystone wall above where we took a break

Lower Hurst Farm - also seen over drystone wall
we followed along Beeley Wood
fungi growing on a stone
zoomed into Wharncliffe Wood which we later walked through
part of Oughtibridge

interesting chimney - not known for what used?
looking back at bridge crossed over railtrack from Trans Pennine Trail in Wharncliffe Wood
River Don lower down to our left
More Hall Farm
Bridge across River Don towards the A6102 road
upstream of the bridge
The dragon in need of some dental care and flossing to remove fungi?
looking across Wharncliffe Wood to Wharncliffe Crags with Wharncliffe Chase at the top
More Hall Reservoir Embankment
looking back at More Hall Reservoir
Broomhead Reservoir
reaching Bolsterstone
Bolsterstone Church in centre

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