|Looking over the bridge at the railway lines in St. Austell, Cornwall|
Along the way there are some old industrial buildings where nature is doing its best to make them a little more attractive.
This part of the path is looking down into a valley along which runs the Bodmin Road. A viaduct is used to get trains across the valley.
Looking down is, what is known locally as the White River. The river is often coloured white by local china clay deposits.
Trees grow alongside the pathway sometimes blocking the view.
I had to zoom in a bit for the next photo. On the opposite side of the valley there is a home for the elderly and an 'Elderly People' sign has been placed by the roadside.
Back on track the pathway meanders a little.
A peek down into the valley ...
… and some more trees.
It seems the path is also suitable for horses.
Another look down into the valley, which by now isn't quite so steep.
From here we retraced our steps as we wanted to go into St. Austell town. Once back on the road there is a viaduct ...
… with a view of some of the houses on the west side of St. Austell. The town is the most populated in Cornwall.
Along the road is a house that was once a tollgate in days of old.
Finally another viaduct used by trains to and from London.
And then the sun came out to play, well at least for a short while.