|Having crossed below the WHR, the line veers off to the left in a narrow cutting visible in a hollow behind the fence.||Drystone walls still line the cutting|
|The line heads out into an open field, still the route of a stream.||In the field, the cutting gradually peters out as the line swings round in a gentle arc|
|A boggy crossing marks the transition from cutting to embankment. This lies just opposite Bronant crossing on the WHR.||The line takes to an embankment which continues the curve round the edge of the field towards the WHR again.|
|The embankment is on the left and is somewhat eroded.
In this view it is approaching the WHR embankment which lies on the right.
|As the two embankments converge they are almost at the same level...|
|... and they finally merge, with the two routes now coinciding for some distance|