A few more random pictures from a recent visit to the Yorkshire Dales. This latest page includes images of the famous Ribblehead Viaduct, the remains of Bolton Abbey and Pen-y-Ghent Mountain. To see page one from this visit click here.
|Views of the Yorkshire Dales with Pen-y-Ghent mountain towering over a small waterfall in the centre photo and one of many field barns to be seen in the area.|
|Sunshine and showers with spectacular views across the Dales near Malham. On the right an Owl watches from overhead.|
|It is a popular walking area around the Ribblehead Viaduct which carries part of the scenic Settle to Carlisle Railway and was completed in the year 1875. The other photos above show the remains of the Priory at the Bolton Abbey Estate. The Estate is another owned by the Cavendish family who also have the Chatsworth Estate in Derbyshire. There is plenty to see on the Estate with a number of walking routes alongside the banks of the River Wharfe.|
|Also on the banks of the Rivier Wharfe is the small Village of Burnsall, thought to be one of the most picturesque villages in the Dales. The bridge which crosses the river in the village, (left photo) is one of the most photographed places in the country.|