Category:Whiskey Trail Crossing, Bishops Lydeard
English: This farmer's accommodation crossing is situated a short distance north of Bishops Lydeard station on the West Somerset Railway. It used to be known as Mark's Crossing (after the farmer who owned the fields) but the footpath became known as the Whiskey trail during the Second World War as it was the route American servicement used to get from their camp on the west side to the line to the pubs in Bishops Lydeard village.
Media in category "Whiskey Trail Crossing, Bishops Lydeard"
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- Whiskey Crossing - 7827 approaching from Minehead.jpg 1,024 × 768; 497 KB
- Whiskey Crossing up home showing proceed.jpg 683 × 1,024; 498 KB
- Whiskey Crossing up home showing stop.jpg 683 × 1,024; 464 KB
- Whiskey Trail Crossing - geograph.org.uk - 165157.jpg 640 × 480; 118 KB