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Wyenot News - The Weekly News Magazine for Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire
Issue No. 143 - 18th April 2007
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FREE STUFF: DOWNLOAD A FULL SIZE AERIAL PHOTO OF YOUR STREET
PART ONE - THE WEST SIDE OF TOWN

Since publishing last week's aerial photos of Ross, which I took from a helicopter on Easter Monday, I have received a lot of, 'Did you photograph my street?' type enquiries. Unfortunately, I just do not have time to print one for everybody so I have made some full size images available here for free download by those interested. Virtually everybody in Ross Town should be able to locate their house to varying degrees of quality on one of the photos.

The file sizes of the downloads are very large (average size 3.5 - 4 Megabytes) and so will take a while to download but if you click the small 'guide' images below, the full size version (without the street names embedded) will open in a separate window. Individual houses and buildings can then be viewed at quite reasonable resolution. The images can then be viewed on line or saved to your computer by right clicking.

Thank you to Nick Dale and to 'Heliflight' for my spur of the moment, Helicopter Aerial Photography flight. We spent about 35 minutes hovering over Ross as well as overflying the gas pipeline, the Doward, Symonds Yat, Goodrich, Upton Bishop, Linton and Huntley.

Since uploading these images on Wednesday, I have changed the system slightly by putting them onto an 'html' page. This is to stop people taking them from 'Google Images' and other photograph rippers without seeing the terms and conditions.

IMPORTANT NOTE! These full size, downloadable photographic images are for personal use only and must not be altered in any way whatsoever or published in any magazine, newspaper or even in charity or parish magazines and leaflets without prior written permission!
School projects, desktop wallpaper, personal printing and emailing to friends is fine as long as no changes are made and the images are not cropped - especially the 'Wyenot News' logo.
Legal action will be taken against all abusers.

PLEASE HELP 'WYENOT NEWS' LOCALLY BY SPREADING THE WORD -
let your neighbours and friends know where they can download their image.

Image One: Walford Road and Vine Tree Park
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Click the guide image above to download the full size photo then click on an area you would like to enlarge.
Image Two: Part of Roman Way, Purland and Walford Road
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Image Three: Part of Roman Way, Beech Close and Juniper Place
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Image Four: Ashfield Crescent, Walford Road and Merrivale
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Image Five: Merrivale Crescent and Alton Street to St. Mary's and The Maltings
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Image Six: Silver Birches to Woodedge via Roman Way, Purland and Walford Rd.
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