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Salisbury plain

Discussion in 'Green Laning' started by Broomel, May 12, 2018.

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  1. Broomel

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    I'm heading out to the plains and some of the local green lanes tomorrow (Sunday 13th) if anyone wants to meet up, or even better act as a guide.
     
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    Make sure to double check the lanes are not still on a VTRO or seasonal TRO, the wet winter has delayed a few lanes being reopened.

    Cheers
     
  3. Broomel

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    If I remember correctly last time they were well sign posted if restrictions were in place?
     
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    i believe they are as well @Hicap phill drove some the other week and may know a bit more info.

    Cheers
     
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    Last time we started just west of larkhill, however I notice a couple lanes just off the 303 further west which might be a good starting point. I'm traveling up fr Somerset
     
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    How far are you from winterborne stoke?
    It's on the 303.
    Just looked at a 50 mile loop ends in bulford
    PM if you want info.
    Be aware I have not drove this.
     
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    wish i had read this yesterday, would have been right up for a trip out as need to test my transfer box. not driven the planes before though despite being about 20 mins from them. if anyone needs a second person/vehicle for a trip im always up for a day out and would love to explore the planes.
     
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    I didn't go, my wing man discovered his defender prop was dead at 4 o clock saturday.

    There is a pay and play at mannington next Sunday we Intend to do that instead
     
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    ah that sucks, at least he noticed before he headed out i supose,
     
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