Borsdane Wood by Harry Cunliffe (Panasonic DMC-FZ38)
Top left - entrance bridge Aspull end. Top right - path washed away by
landslide (due to be fixed). Bottom right - bluebells. Bottom left - seating in
memory of Joseph Dickinson M.B.E. 1875-1961 Clerk to the Borsdane Wood
Comment by Ken R on 2nd May 2014 at 00:17
Its been a very long time since I walked in Borsdane Wood, back in the mid forties, it was (correct me if I am wrong) a rough area, not well kept, I guess that was the way most things were in the mid forties. It looks really good now, thank you.
Comment by Neil Barker on 2nd May 2014 at 09:23
Walked in the woods in early forties with my dad Ellis brother Brian and uncle Tom Scarborough.It was a beautiful place.We were usually alone on Sunday morning with the ruseling trees occasional squirrel or rabbit to add to the never forgotten joy.The woodkeeper lived in anie bungalow.
Comment by A.W on 2nd May 2014 at 10:57
A nice spring quartet!
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