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Blidworth Colliery headstocks and pit chimney
Stage 6

Belle Vue Lane

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At the edge of the ribbed level of sidings squat a low cottage, three steps down from the cinder track. A large bony vine clutched at the house, as if to claw down the tiled roof. Round the bricked yard grew a few wintry primroses. Beyond, the long garden sloped down to a bush-covered brook course. There were some twiggy apple trees, winter-crack trees, and ragged cabbages. Beside the path hung dishevelled pink chrysanthemums, like pink cloths hung on bushes. A woman came stooping out of the felt-covered fowl-house, half-way down the garden. She closed and padlocked the door, then drew herself erect, having brushed some bits from her white apron.

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Tips on creating trail stages
The naming convention for MyTrail stages is:

trail [two digit location number] –
[two digit stage number] –
descriptive title

For example:

trail01-01-brinsley-headstocks-nature-reserve

As you connect one stage to another, increment the stage number image and update the stage button text below. Remember that the stage buttons have a limited width, so keep the button text nice and short.

The final stage of the trail will always return to a duplicate of the first stage. By duplicating the first stage page we are able to include additional information such as links to external resources, feedback forms, connecting trails and other follow-on activity.