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Page first written 31 August 2003
Last updated 31 August 2003
From the viewpoint of Kinver Edge, Staffordshire
A shot at the viewpoint in Kinver Edge, Staffordshire, near the towns of Kidderminster and Stourbridge. The sign at the site told me that I could see the view of "five counties" from here (in fact, when I walked around in the park I found myself out of Staffordshire and walking in Worcestershire). In the park area, "Holy Austin Rock", a bizarre cave house, actually inhabited until 1960s, is being preserved and open to public by the National Trust. This is yet another example of how close these nice countryside places can be found near Birmingham (some other examples, such as this or this, were already posted in my website). Kinver Edge, too, can be reached from Birmingham city centre within an hour by car. This is probably because Birmingham is not a capital ... I now do not think I can cope with the life in Tokyo once I go back there...
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