Edenfield’s surroundings

East Lancs Railway - geograph.org.uk - 1103438
East Lancs Railway in the valley bottom at Lumb below Edenfield.
Edenfield from the A56 Link Road - geograph.org.uk - 958803
The rear of properties on Bury Roadd Edenfield, viewed from the A56 Link Road

Valley up to the Scout Moor Reservoir - geograph.org.uk - 373585
Valley up to the Scout Moor Reservoir The green grassy dam at the head of the valley can be seen. Beyond this is Scout Moor Reservoir. The old tram line’s route can be clearly seen along the right-hand side of the valley. Downstream leads to Dearden Clough and the remains of Plunge Mill.
Edenfield Graveyard - geograph.org.uk - 35337
Graveyard at Edenfield Parish Church.
Feeding Time - geograph.org.uk - 706100
Feeding Time A farmer tends to his sheep just below Fecit Farm next to the A680 Rochdale Road.
Michael Wife Lane, near Edenfield, Lancashire - geograph.org.uk - 59629
Michael Wife Lane, near Edenfield, Lancashire. An unusual name for this bridleway leading northwards from the A680

Edenfield Junior School - geograph.org.uk - 1124506
Edenfield C of E Primary School
Stubbins Primary School, south of the A56 - geograph.org.uk - 122921
Stubbins Primary School, south of the A56.
 

The Plunge - geograph.org.uk - 301249
Dearden Brook, known locally as “The Plunge” runs between Scout Moor and Edenfield

 

Waugh's Well - geograph.org.uk - 123742
Waugh’s Well. This monument was originally built on the site of a spring in 1866 to honour Rochdale-born Edwin Waugh (1817-1890), one of Lancashire’s finest poets. It was rebuilt in 1966 in memory of Ward Ogden, a local naturalist and rambler. It makes for a fine contemplative viewpoint and resting place on the Rossendale Way.

4 Replies to “Edenfield’s surroundings”

  1. Re: Waugh’s Well.
    I was walking up at Waugh’s Well on Wednesday, 18th April 2018 and rather sadly noticed that the head relief sculpture of EW has been removed from the well wall. Does anyone know what’s happened to EW’s head?

    1. Hi Richard,

      Thanks for the link to the Rochdale Online article re: Waugh’s Well and the missing/damaged head of EW. It’s comforting to know that it’s been taken away for repair and will, hopefully, soon be back on the wall. Btw I enjoyed your photos. Cheers.

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