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Gallery: Imber Ranges

Features of the routes through and around the Imber Ranges on Salisbury Plain. Note that some of these routes have very restricted access only when the range roads are opened to the public, usually for only a few days a year.

This gallery was created on Monday, 21st February 2011

Location: , Imber (England, United Kingdom) There is only restricted access to the church and village when the ranges are opened to the public by the military.

Location: , West Wiltshire District (England, United Kingdom) Junction of byway on the Imber Range perimeter road

Location: , Imber (England, United Kingdom) The Church and village of Imber were taken over for military training in December of 1943 and there is now only restricted access.

Location: , West Wiltshire District (England, United Kingdom) Junction where the Bratton to Imber road joins the Warminster to Imber road in the Imber Ranges.

Location: , Imber (England, United Kingdom) Leaving the village of Imber on the south western road. Very poor surface. The road is only open with restricted access by the military.

Location: , West Wiltshire District (England, United Kingdom) Entering the Imber Ranges from Bratton. Warning signs remind you to keep to the marked roads.

Location: , Imber (England, United Kingdom) The church in Imber is out of bounds for military training.

Location: , Imber (England, United Kingdom) Restricted access to the village of Imber in the Imber Ranges

Location: , Imber (England, United Kingdom) Memorial to the memory of war service by villagers from Imber.

Location: , Imber (England, United Kingdom) Entrance to the Imber Ranges. There is only limited access to the range road when the military opens the restrictions for a few days a year.

Location: , West Wiltshire District (England, United Kingdom) Restricted permission to access the Imber Ranges is granted to the public for a few days a year, but keep to the roadway!

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