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At point (4), Under the yew trees you can make out the foundations of quite a substantial building.
It seems strange to think that this was once known as Shappen Crossing and there must have been a crossing-keeper,
stationed out here in the wilds. Particularly as there is no obvious path to the south.
Like many of the crossings on this stretch of line, it was there mainly for the stock (the ponies, pigs and cattle) and not for the humans.