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The Wealdway long distance footpath

Images taken by me as I walk along the Wealdway Long Distance Footpath.
Anyone investigating the route of The Wealdway,will immediately discover that for some inexplicable reason,those who came up with the route,start it at the riverside in Gravesend.Why? I ask you as this,due to population expansion,means having to walk through the streets of Gravesend and alongside a dual carriageway to escape the clutches of the town.Far better to start/terminate at the south-east corner of the A2/A227,by the motel.As from that point,there is open countryside.Or,as I've done,from the new footbridge over the High Speed Raillink.
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I  looked  skyward ,and  for  a  moment  saw  Ted  Heath.
I looked skyward ,and for a moment saw Ted Heath.
The  upper  Medway  valley.
The upper Medway valley.
The  approach  to  Summerford  Farm.
The approach to Summerford Farm.
Oasts  at  Summerford  Farm
Oasts at Summerford Farm
Ragwort ; the  field  behind  was  awash  with  ragwort.
Ragwort ; the field behind was awash with ragwort.
Just  past  Summerford  Farm.
Just past Summerford Farm.
Wealdway  marker  post.
Wealdway marker post.
The  descent  to  the  river's  flood  plain.
The descent to the river's flood plain.
Approaching  Withyham.
Approaching Withyham.
Wealdway  sign  and  stile.
Wealdway sign and stile.
Church  of  St.  Michael  and  All  Angels
Church of St. Michael and All Angels
Houses  at  Withyham
Houses at Withyham
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