Sunday 7 October 2012

Hidden Plymouth : Excursions

What's all this I hear you say - well it's a little something extra that isn't strictly Plymouth but maybe has a connection to the City, & more importantly offers you a short guide to a day trip out for the family without having to spend a fortune & seeing for yourselves the living history that surrounds us in all it's splendor.

The forgotten railways that served Plymouth enveloped by nature or modern development, Tors & sites across ancient Dartmoor that generations of Plymothians have walked, & a smattering of hidden gems & facts along the way. We can only try & portray these locations the best we can but highly recommend that you visit some for yourself to appreciate the atmosphere & beauty of the locations.

Our first excursion take us to the magical location of Wistman's Wood on the fringes of wild Dartmoor, a location we frequently visit for a few hours break from research, or the City life. Featuring throughout the Excursions series will be long forgotten homesteads, quarries, barren landscapes along with some of the better known places that surround Plymouth, aiming to capture the essence of each visit.

Excursions #1 - Wistman's Wood, Dartmoor

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