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Cumbria

River Rothay. Part of the high street shopping precinct of Ambleside. Dove Cottage, the home of William Wordsworth. Bridge over the River Brathay. Stately manor on the shore of Lake Windermere. Well-maintained running gear of the River Mite steam engine of the narrow gauge (15 Sun setting over the hills beside Lake Windermere and the Ambleside jetty. The wall of Carlisle Castle. Church gravesites. Belsfield hotel at  the Bowness ferry terminal on Lake Windermere. Winding road in the dales of the Lake District. Steam train of the Lakeside and Haverthwaite Railway powering along towards the Lakeside terminal on Lake Windermere. Beatrix Potter’s farmhouse. Choppy and deep waters of Lake Windermere. YHA Ambleside looking out over Lake Windermere. Abandoned farm building and green pasture. Turntable at the Dalegarth terminus of the Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway. Ready for action, cannon on the battlements of Carlisle Castle. The small lake behind the Drunken Duck Inn. Heads up over the lake behind the Drunken Duck Inn. Late afternoon sun over sailboats at rest at the northern end of Lake Windermere. Grey and overcast weather over the hills behind Lake Windermere. Swans and ducks on the food hunt at Ambleside jetty. Street scene in the Ambleside village. Lakeside views on Lake Windermere. Very nice lakeside property on the shore of Lake Windermere. Skelwith bridge over the River Brathay. Bowness ferry terminal and pier on Lake Windermere. Gardens of Dove Cottage, the home of William Wordsworth. Inside the grounds of Carlisle Castle from the surrounding wall. Northern end of Lake Windermere. Beatrix Potter’s farmhouse. Steam locomotive and train of the Lakeside and Haverthwaite Railway. Sunset over sailboats at rest at the northern end of Lake Windermere. Steam locomotive of the Lakeside and Haverthwaite Railway. Journey along the narrow gauge (15 Walking bridge of the River Rothay at Rydal Water. River Mite steam engine of the narrow gauge (15 Ambleside ferry terminal on Lake Windermere. Staunch central structure in Carlisle Castle. Terminus track work and crossover of the narrow gauge (15 Ducks on Rydal Water. Looking up at the River Mite steam engine of the narrow gauge (15 Steam locomotive and train ready for the run to Lakeside on Lake Windermere. Wordsworth’s seat at the western end of  Rydal Water.