Kilver Court Garden with old railway viaduct.

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The fourth to fifteenth arches (from the north end) pass through and form a feature of a very attractive and elaborate ornamental garden. This was originally a Victorian park and vegetable garden for the benefit of workers in the adjacent factory. It was renovated and developed in the 1960s by Showerings, the cider and Babycham company.

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Comments (4)

Jim Rider on October 10, 2013

Rosa, thanks very much for your viaducts. Very welcome additions to the group. This is on the wonderful old Somerset and Dorset line, Bath to Bournemouth. Jim

Rosalyn Hilborne on October 10, 2013

Jim Rider

A great pity it's no longer in use. Wouldn't it have been nice to be on the train and see these gardens! At least they haven't pulled it down. Regards, Rosa.

Ray Bird on April 7, 2014

Lovely scene of gardens and the old railway viaduct - LIKE. Best Wishes Ray.

Rosalyn Hilborne on April 7, 2014

ray bird

Thanks for your kind comments and like Ray. Best wishes, Rosa.

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  • Uploaded on September 18, 2010
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    by Rosalyn Hilborne
    • Camera: OLYMPUS IMAGING CORP. SP700
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    • ISO Speed: ISO64
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