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Location: , Coulston (England, United Kingdom) Milestone marker on the old Coach Road from Edington to Salisbury. This is a steep byway with an eroded gravel base that makes for a tricky descent down from Salisbury Plain.

Location: , West Wiltshire District (England, United Kingdom) On the Bratton to Imber road.

Location: , West Wiltshire District (England, United Kingdom) Warning signs on the perimeter of the Imber Ranges.

Location: , West Wiltshire District (England, United Kingdom) Junction of the Byway on the Bratton to Imber road on the Imber Ranges perimeter road.

Location: , Bratton (England, United Kingdom) Gravel section of the byway on the Imber Ranges perimeter. The control post on the Bratton to Imber road can be seen in the background.

Location: , Bratton (England, United Kingdom) Gravel section of the byway on the perimeter of the Imber Range road

Location: , Imber (England, United Kingdom) Cycling on the perimeter road on the Imber Ranges

Location: , Imber (England, United Kingdom) Tarmac section of road on the perimeter of the Imber Ranges

Location: , West Lavington (England, United Kingdom) Sign on the Larkhill Artillery Range near the Imber Ranges.

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!

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

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

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

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) 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) Junction where the Bratton to Imber road joins the Warminster to Imber road in the Imber Ranges.

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 of byway on the Imber Range perimeter road

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.

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