LAKE DISTRICT PAGE 3 - 19/06/03
Page three of the Lake District images including Ravenglass, Derwent Water near Keswick and Loughrigg Tarn.
|Left and centre is Ravenglass, located on the West coast of Cumbria, south of Whitehaven. Ravenglass is probably best known for the Ravenglass and Eskdale steam railway and another popular tourist spot, Muncaster Castle. On the right is Derwent Water, Keswick.|
|More images of the old jetty's at Derwent Water. Otherwise known as the 'Queen of the Lakes' the lake is 75 feet deep and 4miles in length.|
|On the left Derwent Water again. Centre and right are photographs from Loughrigg Tarn, many regard the water as one of the most picturesque in the Lake District.|
|Loughrigg Tarn again on the left. Centre and right photos above show Tarn Hows, located between Hawkshead and Coniston, off the B5285 road. The route around the tarn, after parking at the National Trust car park is approximately 2 miles long.|