Deep within the Tin Dish Rivulet Deviation the scope of work and the surrounding topography can be clearly seen as Tuesday evening’s paper train, number 3-32 can be seen curving around the surrounding hills, the train casting long shadows from the evening sun as it climbs away from York Plains towards Antill Ponds. The zig-zagging stream in the view is the Tin Dish Rivulet.
Altitude from ground 103 meteres.
Tuesday 14th February, 2017.
Photo By Steve Bromley.
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