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Jubilee Trail - Redbridge

Jubilee Trail - Redbridge

Visiting Information: 
Site Name Jubilee Trail - Redbridge
Facilities
  • Some parking nearby
  • Defined paths
Map Reference SY789884
Directions

Travelling south along the B3390 cross the railway at Moreton Station and continue on for a further half a mile. Turn first left and continue for a further half a mile and you cross a red brick railway bridge. Park on the triangle of land the far side of the bridge as the path goes north from here.

Location Map: 

The blue pin mark the approximate centre of the reserve, the yellow pin(s) mark the approximate locations of parking places that enable you to access the reserve.

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