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  • n. waymark


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way +ā€Ž marker


  • The obvious route would have been in front of the cottages but neither of us had seen a waymarker.

    Cateran recce runs #2

  • Ooh - by the way check out HST Fear&Loathing, waymarker trees - well cactii actually - but equally significant.

    Landmark Firs

  • There is Shutlingsloe, of course, loveliest of conical hills, and Cleulow Cross near Wincle, an early medieval cross now half-hidden by trees but originally a conspicuous and useful waymarker on the ancient trackway between Leek and Macclesfield.

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  • From the Water of Leith walkway, we went UP West Mill Road and through Bonaly, then UP the road to Torduff Reservoir , across the moor to the path that goes past Bonaly Reservoir UPhill again and UP to the waymarker on the path across to Glencorse.

    Black socks, they never get dirty

  • Cricket World Cup 2011: England open World Cup campaign with plenty to lose and not much to gain England begin their World Cup campaign against Holland on Tuesday in a city which lies in the precise centre of India, a handy waymarker for judging how far the team have to travel to reach the final in Mumbai. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • 5. At the tall waymarker, where the main paths cros, turn right down the hill signposted to Studland.

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  • Karen Donoghue had issued a warning on the race site about watching out for a waymarker about a mile into the trail, but Iā€™m afraid that even with the warning, we only realised we were on the wrong side of the deer fence when we saw a marker on the other side of it.

    Cateran recce runs #2

  • "flying golf balls", you will see a short post with a yellow Cumbria Coastal Way waymarker on it.

    Whitehaven News headlines


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