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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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Bright  red  berries  growing  in  the  trees.
Bright red berries growing in the trees.
Shadows  fall  on  fallen  leaves.
Shadows fall on fallen leaves.
The  bridlepath  emerges  onto  Copt Hall  Road
The bridlepath emerges onto Copt Hall Road
Lunaria  Annua  commonly  known  as  Money  plant.
Lunaria Annua commonly known as Money plant.
St. Mary's Room, Sole Street.
St. Mary's Room, Sole Street.
The Little Shop
The Little Shop
Sole  Street  railway  station
Sole Street railway station
The  Railway  Inn
The Railway Inn
Garden  entrance
Garden entrance
A  twisty  country  track.
A twisty country track.
The  path  then  enters  a  small  wood.
The path then enters a small wood.
A  misty  panorama.
A misty panorama.
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