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Photographs taken around Pooley Bridge, Dacre and Askham Fell in the Lake District National Park, Cumbria.

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Pooley Bridge Photo Gallery
Pooley Bridge Photo Gallery
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Ullswater
Ullswater from Pooley Bridge
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Ullswater from Heughscar Hill, Pooley Bridge
Ullswater from Heughscar Hill
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Moor Divock, Askham Fell
Moor Divock
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Heugh Scar, Heughscar Hill, Pooley Bridge
Heugh Scar
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Askham Fell
 Askham Fell
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Ullswater from Moor Divock
Ullswater from Moor Divock
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Ullswater from Moor Divock
Ullswater from Moor Divock
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Ullswater from Heughscar Hill
Ullswater from Heughscar Hill
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Ullswater from Heughscar Hill
Ullswater from Heughscar Hill
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Askham Fell
 Askham Fell
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Shake hole, Moor Divock
Shake hole, Moor Divock
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View over Moor Divock from the cairn to Arthur's Pike
Arthur's Pike, Ullswater
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View to Penrith from Heughscar Hill
Penrith from Heughscar Hill
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Ullswater Steamers Pier
Ullswater Steamers Pier
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The Cockpit Stone Circle on Moor Divock
Cockpit Stone Circle, Moor Divock
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The Cockpit, Moor Divock, Askham Fell
Cockpit Stone Circle, Moor Divock
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The Cockpit, Moor Divock, Askham Fell: This Bronze Age circle is the largest of three circles on the moor. The Cockpit, like many Cumbrian circles, comprises two concentric rings of stones. On the east side is the possible remains of a dwelling.

Cockpit Stone Circle, Moor Divock
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White Raise Cairn, Moor Divock, Askham Fell: A partly mutilated Bronze Age burial site, once covered by a heap of stones. On top of the cairn ia an open rectangular cist (stone grave) with the displaced stone capping slab nearby. When opened, this grave was found to contain a crouched adult skeleton. The cairn is situated upon an alignment of several funerary monuments stretching for over 1.5km along the natural communication route over the fell.

White Raise Cairn, Moor Divock
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White Raise Cairn, Moor Divock, Askham Fell
White Raise Cairn, Moor Divock
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The Cop Stone, Moor Divock: Once part of a Bronze Age ring cairn. In the 1880s, there were said to be at least ten other stones set into the man-made bank.

The Cop Stone, Moor Divock
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Aerial view of Dunmallard Hill: The top of this small fell beside the bridge is a great vantage point and was the site of an Iron Age hill fort. It was also the site of  one of Thomas West’s viewing stations (a recommended viewpoint) for Victorian tourists.

Pooley Bridge aerial view
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Aerial view of Ullswater
Pooley Bridge aerial view
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Aerial view of Ullswater
Ullswater aerial view from Pooley Bridge
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Aerial view of Ullswater
Ullswater aerial view from Pooley Bridge
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Pooley Bridge: This three arched bridge carrying the B5320 over the River Eamont was built in 1764. The bridge was once a border between the old counties of Cumberland and Westmorland.

Pooley Bridge
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Ponytrekking, Moor Divock, Askham Fell
Pony trekking, Moor Divock
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Walkers admire the view from Heugh Scar on Heughscar Hill
Heugh Scar
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Limekiln, Askham Fell
Limekiln, Askham Fell
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Course of the Romam Road, High Street: This was the highest level Roman road in the UK, linking the forts of Broccavm near Penrith with Galava at Ambleside. The road reached 792 metres at its highest point.

High Street, Roman Road
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Limekiln remains, Heughscar Hill
Heughscar Hill limekiln
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Lakeland fell pony on Askham Fell
Lakeland fell pony
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Walkers enjoying the view over Ullswater from Heughscar Hill
Ullswater from Heughscar Hill
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Granny Dowbekin's Tea Rooms
Granny Dowbekin's Tea Room, Pooley Bridge
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Dacre Castle: A 14th century fortified tower house.
Dacre Castle, Cumbria, England
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St Andrew's Church, Dacre (12th century)
St Andrew's Church, Dacre, Cumbria, England
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Dacre Bear, St Andrew's Church, Dacre: .One of four medieval stone bears at each corner of the churchyard that are believed to tell a story: This bear is sleeping.
Dacre Bear at St Andrew's Church, Dacre, Cumbria, England
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Dacre Bear, St Andrew's Church, Dacre: .One of four medieval stone bears at each corner of the churchyard that are believed to tell a story: This bear is being jumped on by a cat.
Dacre Bear at St Andrew's Church, Dacre, Cumbria, England
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Dacre Bear, St Andrew's Church, Dacre: .One of four medieval stone bears at each corner of the churchyard that are believed to tell a story: This bear westles the cat.
Dacre Bear at St Andrew's Church, Dacre, Cumbria, England
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Dacre Bear, St Andrew's Church, Dacre: .One of four medieval stone bears at each corner of the churchyard that are believed to tell a story: This bear has eaten the cat.
Dacre Bear at St Andrew's Church, Dacre, Cumbria, England
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Yew trees in St Andrew's Church, Dacre
Magnificent old yew trees in St Andrew's Churchyard, Dacre, Cumbria
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