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A west to east crossing of the County of Essex

This year I intend to walk across Essex,from west to east,beginning at the ancient market town of Waltham Abbey,made famous in antiquity,as the place where I was married.Oh!and the last Saxon King,Harold II,wot got an arrow in his eye,he was buried there.From there,by a diverse route to Chipping Ongar,thence following the St.Peter's Way,the old pilgrimage route to St. Cedd's Chapel, in the remains of the Roman Fort of OTHONA,on the Dengie Peninsula.
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The  Abbey  Church
The Abbey Church
Harold's  Bridge  over  the  Cornmill  Stream
Harold's Bridge over the Cornmill Stream
The  tomb  marker  of  King  Harold  II
The tomb marker of King Harold II
Philpott's  Cafe.
Philpott's Cafe.
The  Abbey  Church, Waltham  Abbey
The Abbey Church, Waltham Abbey
The  c14th century  Waltham  Abbey  Gatehouse  and  bridge.
The c14th century Waltham Abbey Gatehouse and bridge.
The  Cornmill  Stream ,as  it  passes  the  Abbey  Gardens.
The Cornmill Stream ,as it passes the Abbey Gardens.
Footbridge  over  the  Cornmill  Stream
Footbridge over the Cornmill Stream
Travel  and  Discovery by  Paula   Haughney.
"Travel and Discovery" by Paula Haughney.
Looking  up  to  Monkham's  Hill.
Looking up to Monkham's Hill.
The  trig. pillar  on  Monkham's  hill
The trig. pillar on Monkham's hill
Daffodils ,next  to  the  only  tree  on  the  summit  of  Monkham's  Hill.
Daffodils ,next to the only tree on the summit of Monkham's Hill.
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