Tuesday, 24 August 2010

Felsham’s changing countryside:

Felsham Hall Farm over the centuries

Geographically, Felsham is situated at the headwaters of the Rattlesden River, which is a western tributary of the Gipping flowing towards Stowmarket. Its landscape typology can be described as that of a gently sloping valley on medium clay soils.
Historical maps and aerial photographs can reveal how the local landscape on this typical rolling valley clay-land has changed over the centuries.

Click to see poster in Adobe Acrobat

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