As I've mentioned before, channel migration of the River Lune has inhibited growth of trees on its floodplain, but the valley side, too steep for agriculture, is densely wooded.
In the mid-18th Century, Burton Wood was a source of fuel for the iron foundry below Forge Weir, Halton.
Waterworks Bridge is a short distance downstream, to the left of this image.
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