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The Tudor walled gardens at Bradgate Park makes visitors welcome
The tree roots of a Major Oak at Bradgate Park are hollow
Warm Summers day at Bradgate Park, cool down with a ice cream
People watchers at Bradgate Park on a lazy Summers afternoon.
Under the road bridge that crosses the River Soar.
Deer at Bradgate Park
Abbey Park lake, a good place to build a nest.(Enlarge)
The grand old refurbished canal narrowboat workhorse, horse no longer needed.
Fern Glade by the stream, Bradgate Park.(Not selected for Google Earth?)
600 years old or more ancient Oak at the Deer Park Bradgate.
One of many large trees at Bradgate Park.
Life in the old Oak, pleased to see a little new growth this year.
I can see you deer.
Major Oak is a must see at Bradgate park.(Not selected for Google Earth)?
Fast approaching the moorings and the two village pubs at Shardlow.
The unusual narrow boat weathervane spotted at Shardlow.
6.5 Meters girth on this Major Oak at Bradgate Park.
Roots Bark and Granite
The Tudor brick ruins at Bradgate Park form a interesting back drop for the Stag.
My head is spinning looking up at the stepped bark of the Monkey puzzle tree?.
High on a hill top, you go first deer.Bradgate Park scene.
Long view of the Tudor House ruins at Bradgate Park.
18th century house a 20th century post box and bus stop shelter a village scene at Shardlow.
The main support of the old brick bridge looks like a battleship stuck in the middle of the River.
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