Thanks for popping in.
Every time I walk along the path, I feel the need to take another photo before the flowers fade, each time they are a little better and brighter at the moment.
Visiting the Ticket Office at Wokingham Station, their newly restored Grade II footbridge, caught my eye. The 19th Century bridge was originally made from iron from recycled rails and sleepers and is the only one of this construction still in use. It's been closed and covered up for several months whilst consultations took place but has just opened much to the delight of enthusiasts and pedestrians alike as a sensitive restoration has taken place using like for like materials costing £300,000.
Walking up the hill to the town centre, at this time of year you can bet it's hollyhock time again. How the year has flown.
Proper thistles are flowering in the meadow.