Ullswater from Gowbarrow
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Gallery - Attractions and Historic buildings

  • Castlerigg Stone Circle

    Castlerigg Stone Circle

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    On a misty morning

  • Castlerigg Stone Circle

    Castlerigg Stone Circle

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    Looking south with mild cloud inversion over St Johns in the Vale

  • Long Meg near Little Salkeld under snow at sunset

    Long Meg near Little Salkeld under snow at sunset

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    The standing stone that gives its name to England’s third largest megalithic/Bronze Age stone circle, Long Meg and Her Daughters.

  • Long Meg near Little Salkeld under snow at sunset

    Long Meg near Little Salkeld under snow at sunset

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    The standing stone that gives its name to England’s third largest megalithic/Bronze Age stone circle, Long Meg and Her Daughters.

  • Long Meg near Little Salkeld under snow

    Long Meg near Little Salkeld under snow

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    The standing stone that gives its name to England’s third largest megalithic/Bronze Age stone circle, Long Meg and Her Daughters.

  • Long Meg near Little Salkeld under snow

    Long Meg near Little Salkeld under snow

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    The standing stone that gives its name to England’s third largest megalithic/Bronze Age stone circle, Long Meg and Her Daughters.

  • Smardale

    Smardale

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    Scandal Beck heading for the viaduct on the disused railway line with snow-capped Pennines behind. Cumbria Wildlife Trust

  • Nigg Old Church

    Nigg Old Church

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    Restored redundant Church by the shore of the Cromarty Firth, on the Pictish Trail

  • Arthuret Church, Longtown

    Arthuret Church, Longtown

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    St. Michael’s and All Angels, said to be the resting place for King Arthur.

  • Lowther castle

    Lowther castle

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    surrounded by the trees above the River Lowther

  • The Cop stone

    The Cop stone

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    Only surviving member of a neolithic stone circle on Moor Divock

  • The Cop stone

    The Cop stone

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    Only surviving member of a neolithic stone circle on Moor Divock

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