A day spent with the National Trust cutting back the growing bracken on footpaths.

This particular path is the old bridleway up Roseberry, possibly used to take Victorian tourists up the Topping — although I haven’t any evidence to support this.

The bridleway is little used now, but has to be cleared because it’s a Right of Way.

The photo shows the broken ground resulting from the 1912 landslip.

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