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Bulstrode Camp



Bulstrode Tree Chimneys

These are the strangest things - not neolithic, just 100 years old, but if you're visiting Bulstrode Camp, you really should go and see the Tree Chimneys.

They're in the trees at the North-West corner of the camp - walk around, look up in the trees, and stop when you see a brick wall half-way up one.

I really have no idea about how or why they got their ... since one of them has "1900" inscribed into the top, then all I can assume is that is a Victorian turn-of-the-century celebration.

Rather odd.
Posted by RiotGibbon
14th September 2001ce
Edited 1st April 2003ce

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