Wreningham - Fairview (Norfolk)
|This inadequate photograph barely shows the young Coast Redwood (also a Dawn Redwood - both around 9 feet high) stands at the end of a long back garden next to a footpath from Long's Wood.
The disused Wymondham-Forncett railway line (known locally as the "Swede and Swimmer" railway line after the Swedish immigrants who built it and the "swimmers" - Norfolk dumplings, that they ate) is near here. An attempt to walk along it was somewhat thwarted by various obstacles, including the A11, undergrowth and a noisy wasp's nest under an old railway bridge.
It was a very pleasant walk and it would be a great project to clear the line for use as a public amenity.
|This folly (the Lizard Tower) stands in a field close to the line nearer to Wymondham in The Lizard - a conservation area following the upper valley of the River Tiffey.|