Following on from part 1, I descend onto the infilled and upfilled area of what was the mighty Finch pond, so large is covered almost all the western part of Manor farm, even more when it flooded.
A little less dramatic than clambering on top of embankments, Inert still have smeared a deep layer of top soil over much of the area north of the Finch pond complex. They've shaped the top soil around the Finch pond complex, and along the embankment that runs through the complex. I'm still intrigued as to where the Colebrook will flow and its shape, plus I'm really fascinated with what will happen to the north half of the complex.
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