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2 September 2014
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View from the hills at the Worcestershire Beacon
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  • There used to be a cafe at the top of the Worcestershire Beacon until it burned down in 1989.
  • In Victorian times there was also a camera obscurer on the Beacon and another one at St Anne's well.
  • The well at the foot of the Worcestershire Beacon is one of 72 wells and springs on the hills.
  • If you look closely at the photo you can see pupils of the John Maysfield High School in Ledbury who were on a field trip the day the picture was taken.

    Thanks to Robert Bilsland for cleaning up the image for us

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