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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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c 18th century Grade II Listed  Hipseys  cottage
c 18th century Grade II Listed Hipseys cottage
Roadside  cottages.
Roadside cottages.
Old  farm  buildings
Old farm buildings
The  highest  point  on  the  walk  for  many  miles.
The highest point on the walk for many miles.
St.Peter's  Way  passes  through  here.
St.Peter's Way passes through here.
Looking  down  at  Black  House  Court  Farm.
Looking down at Black House Court Farm.
Farm  track  on  western  edge  of  new  oak  forest.
Farm track on western edge of new oak forest.
St. Peter's  Way  footpath  cleft  through  the  crop.
St. Peter's Way footpath cleft through the crop.
The  northwest  view  from  the  ridge.
The northwest view from the ridge.
St. Peter's  Way  approaching  St. Lawrence  Newland  parish.
St. Peter's Way approaching St. Lawrence Newland parish.
A  rusted  fieldgate.
A rusted fieldgate.
Essex  Water's  St. Lawrence Tower.
Essex Water's St. Lawrence Tower.
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