From Foxton Railway Station you can take in the sights of Foxton - the Dovecot, Foxton Wood, St Laurence Church and the White Horse Pub.
Calculated time is computed with the distance, the height difference, and an average speed of 2.2 mph. For an intermediate walker, this time includes small breaks.
(D/A) Foxton Station is the home of the Foxton Signal Box, built in 1878 and still in use today as a crossing control box. From the station walk towards the village along Station Road.
(1) Turn right along Foxton High Street and visit the 300 year old Foxton Dovecot. Then carry on along the High Street.
(2) Turn left into Caxton Lane, walk up the hill and visit Foxton Wood, planted in 1995 and maturing nicely.
(3) The path to the wood will take you all the way to Fowlmere and the RSPB reserve. Return to Foxton and walk back along the High Street past the White Horse pub, a friendly local pub with a games area and pool table, until you reach Grade I Listed St Laurence Church.
(4) Look for the footpath sign opposite the church, which will take you back, through a kissing gate, to Foxton Railway Station.(D/A)
D/A : mi 0 - alt. 66ft - Foxton Railway Station
1 : mi 0.29 - alt. 66ft - War Memorial
2 : mi 0.46 - alt. 62ft - Caxton Lane
3 : mi 0.81 - alt. 98ft - Foxton Wood
4 : mi 2.37 - alt. 66ft - St Laurence Church Foxton
D/A : mi 2.75 - alt. 66ft - Foxton Railway Station
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