|Also known as 'Kenfig marshalling yards', this area is now a stunning brown-field slack full of goodies.|
L: P. lycopodioides, R: Location shown by plastic box
L: Equisetum variegatum, R: Scirpoides holoschoenus
L: Chara virgata, R: Cladium mariscus
Leaves of P. lycopodioides, D. aduncus & D polygamusThe drier gravelly sidings also provided a little interest with some nice carpets of Amblystegium serpens var. salinum growing alongside species such as Rhynchostegium megapolitanum, Bryoerythrophyllum recurvirostrum and rather oddly Neckera complanata on open flat ground. A 'golden road' of Schistidium crasspilum was a fine spectacle as the sun started to break through.
L: Neckera complanata, R: Location shown by knife
L: Schistidium crassipilum, R: Amblystegium serpens var. salinum