East Yorkshire and Derwent Area Ramblers

walking to protect our local countryside

Weather forecasts were 100% accurate in that rain was the order of the day and proved to be the case at Levisham for this pub lunch walk. Nevertheless 5 hardy individuals arrived for the 6 mile walk led by Tony Corrigan [maybe the prospect of good food was the attraction!].

The outward route was downhill out of Levisham passing the ruins of The Valley Church of St Mary the Virgin, continuing along the bridle track to Farwath rail crossing and heading north along East Brow Banks before a descent to Levisham Station.

A timely stopping point at the station with the arrival of two steam engine trains, always an attraction - even in pouring rain!

Returning to Levisham village was all uphill accompanied by a brief easing of rain. The Horseshoe Inn was a welcome sight and the morning's downpours were quickly forgotten about as an enjoyable lumch was taken,

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