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Beautiful Dartmoor ponies graze in the barren peace of the moor next to atmospheric ruined buildings part of the old abandoned granite quarry at Foggintor, near Merrivale between Tavistock and Princetown in Dartmoor National Park in Devon, SW England, UK. Abandoned & Derelict Abandoned Places Dartmoor Devon Exploring Foggintor Grazing Industrial Heritage Merrivale Ponies Ruins Abadonedplaces Abandoned Buildings Barren Dartmoor National Park Dartmoor Ponies Landscape Moorland Peaceful Quarry Remote Ruins Architecture Ruins_photography Wild Wilderness
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A beautiful tiny fawn coloured Dartmoor pony foal enjoys the early morning Autumn sunshine on the moor near Princetown, Devon, SW England, icon of Dartmoor, adult ponies grow to around 45-50 inches (114-127cm). This foal was about half that small sturdy breed is known for being hardy and for its amiable have been used since medieval times to assist miners on the breed can exist in the harsh moorland Princetown, famous for its prison built to house Napoleonic prisoners of war and still in use today, is considered to be the wettest place in in September. Beige Dartmoor Devon National Park Pony Princetown Tor Upland Animal Brown Environment Fawn Foal Grass Land Landscape Mammal Moor  Moorland Nature One Animal Outdoors Remote Wild Wilderness
View across remote Dartmoor National Park to distant tors from a disused railway bridge - The huge and incredibly tough granite blocks used in the bridge supports and buttresses can be seen - Originally a horse drawn railway opened in 1823 by the Plymouth and Dartmoor Railway, the single track 4ft 6in gauge branch line was just over 10 miles long and was primarily used to transport granite from local quarries (at Swell tor and Foggintor) down to Yelverton to Plymouth and beyond - Prisoners for Dartmoor prison (built to house French Napoleonic War & American War of 1812 prisoners) at nearby Princetown were also transported - The railway closed in 1956 - Shot taken in September. Dartmoor Devon Tors Abandoned Architecture Beauty In Nature Buttress Granite Landscape Moor  Moorland No People Outdoors Railroad Railroad Bridge Railway Railway Bridge Remote Scenics - Nature Sky Stone Stone Wall Tranquil Scene Tranquility Wilderness
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