It’s lovely how a pathway by the side of a railway becomes a wildlife and wildflower corridor. Some of the trees have been planted, but many plants got there all by themselves :). And what a picture can never convey, is the sound of the many birds who love the shrub and tree cover to sit in and sing their hearts out – one song thrush gave a particularly good rendition!
Clumps of meadow cranesbill grow next to the railway briars – blackberry picking aplenty later in the summer.
This path joins up two little parks, and the flourishing greenery provides a welcome corridor for wild birds and animals – home for wildlife even in an urban area.