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Yorkshire Dales EAW603550 Featured Rural Landscapes Print

Yorkshire Dales EAW603550

KELD HEAD SCAR, North Yorkshire. Aerial photograph of Kingsdale, near Thornton Force in the Yorkshire Dales. The cliffs reveal the Great Scar Limestone, which consist of a number of layers of limestone beds of varying thickness and hardness. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

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Aerial, Hill, Landscape, Rural

Dorothy Vernon's bridge ALB93_08_078 Featured Rural Landscapes Print

Dorothy Vernon's bridge ALB93_08_078

DOROTHY VERNON'S BRIDGE, HADDON HALL, NETHER HADDON, DERBYSHIRE DALES, DERBYSHIRE. A view from Haddon Hall, looking down towards Dorothy Vernon's bridge over the River Wye. Photographed between 1950 and 1964.
The bridge derives its name from the legend that Dorothy Vernon (1544-1584), the heiress of Haddon Hall, escaped over this bridge to elope with her lover during the festivities of her sister's wedding

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Winnats Pass DIX02_01_029 Featured Rural Landscapes Print

Winnats Pass DIX02_01_029

WINNATS PASS, CASTLETON, HIGH PEAK, DERBYSHIRE. A couple standing at the head of Winnats Pass. In the early 1930s Winnats Pass was the site of a rally, attended by 10,000 people, to campaign for access to the moors and other open countryside. Around the same time a mass trespass of nearby Kinder Scout by ramblers and members of the Young Communist League took place. This act of civil disobedience occured just 5 months before the passing of the Rights of Way Act in 1932 and arguably helped to pave the way for the establishment of Britain's first National Trail, the Pennine Way long distance footpath in 1965

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