Cooper Road and Farnum Road offer a scenic loop of intact farms (many now of the gentleman sort) with a sampling of Glocester's barns and stone walls, mixed with woodlands and views from high ridges. For as long as it survives, it provides as nice a sense of nineteenth-century rural Glocester as can be found, and it deserves preservation.
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