Blea Moor Signal Box, Littledale, Ribblehead
By a Waterfall. By Force Gill Waterfall, Littledale, Whernside.
Ingleborough (723m, 2372ft) from Slack Hill, Blea Moor, Ribblehead
Pen-Y-Ghent lit by the western sun before sunset. 'Pen-Y-Ghent' means 'Hill on the border', and it stands 694metres (2277ft) high above Horton, North Yorkshire.
Ribblehead High. Standing 102feet (32m), the Ribblehead viaduct was engineered by John Sydney Crossley from 1870-74.
Ribblehead Viaduct with the flanks of Ingleborough beyond
Ribblehead Viaduct with train crossing
Pennine Patchwork. A patchwork of fields ay Widdale Fell, Hawes
By a Waterfall I'm calling you two. Force Gill, Littledale
Ripon Cathedral - stained glass windows