Dino Trail

The railway path is called the Lias Line. This is because it is built on limestone that was formed in the earliest part of the Jurassic period, lasting from about 208 to 178 million years ago. The system of rocks deposited during the Lias, consisting of shales and limestones rich in dinosaur fossils.

With this in mind, I have been trying to put together a trail that has some significance to the path, and is also a fun activity for our younger users.

Meet the team!!

The idea is to have a dino trail with the fellas on circular roundels along the path. I can put a downloadable tick sheet on the blog and hopefully we can eventually get the Augmented Reality bit to work and make everything come alive.

Other that that, me, Marcus and Mick cut back the encroaching growth and litter-picked from Berrybanks to The Bear.

And that really is about it for this week. Lots and lots of hard work ahead when the bird nesting season in over, but for now we are just enjoying the relaxed workdays.


About Paul

Just trying to create a slice of wildlife and a place for people to chill out and meet new friends in this crazy world that we live in.
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2 Responses to Dino Trail

  1. Reece says:

    Entered trail just south of underpass, turned around @ brick road bridge nobody at all there today.
    Cycled back same way and had errands to do before home.

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