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Combley Great Wood

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‘The immense range of wood, called Combley Wood, continues from Combley Lyn to the length of a mile on the south, and to more than two miles on the west. ... Some large fields are intermixed among the brows of this extensive wood, which seem to invite the erection of a mansion-house, and from which nature alone has designed the moft magnificent vistas, that expand, through the descending woods, to the vallies below.’ -Henry Penruddocke Wyndham, 1794

Combley Great Wood was a timber plantation at Combley on the Isle of Wight Estates.

See also Villangers Wood.
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