Windswept stones on Bodmin Moor
A Windswept tree shaped by the wind over years, high on Bodmin Moor below the Cheesewring a granite tor on the eastern flank of the Moor at Stowe's Hill near Minions Cornwall. Bodmin Moor has many Tor's Chessewring is one of the largest and most visited. A local legend says that the Cheesewring is the result of a contest between a man and a giant. When Christianity had just been introduced to the British Islands. The granite slabs formed by weathering. The name derives from the resemblance of the piled slabs to a cheesewring, a press used to make cheese.
© Paul Felix Photography Twelve Beacon Park Pelynt nr Looe Cornwall PL13 2PQ
An old Express Steam Engine 30120 on the Bodmin & Wenford Railway at Bodmin Parkway station in Cornwall England, Its a LSWR Class T9 Greyhound 4-4-0, built in1899 and was used on the Plymouth Line.
© Paul Felix Photography Twelve Beacon Park Pelynt nr Looe Cornwall PL13 2PQ England
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