wanderthewood: Slater’s bridge, Little Langdale, Lake District, England by Jason Connolly

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wanderthewood: Slater’s bridge, Little Langdale, Lake District, England by Jason Connolly

The grave of witch Lizzie o Banton (real name Lizzie Batty) who died in Brampton, Cumbria in 1817. She was 'guilty' of “acting in a peculiar manner, dressing curiously and generally ‘acting the part’,” She died of old age, however, rather than being burnt at the stake

The grave of witch Lizzie o Banton (real name Lizzie Batty) who died in Brampton, Cumbria in 1817. She was 'guilty' of “acting in a peculiar manner, dressing curiously and generally ‘acting the part’,” She died of old age, however, rather than being burnt at the stake

Kirkoswald has a ruined castle, which in 1210 received a license from King John to fortify the original structure & enclose the extensive park.The Castle was later destroyed by Robert the Bruce in 1314, but was rebuilt & extended in the late 15th Century. The whole site covered three acres, with the courtyard surrounded by   a massive wall, and the main gate having a drawbridge over a moat.  All that remains now is one monumental tower on the North side, some 60 feet high

Kirkoswald has a ruined castle, which in 1210 received a license from King John to fortify the original structure & enclose the extensive park.The Castle was later destroyed by Robert the Bruce in 1314, but was rebuilt & extended in the late 15th Century. The whole site covered three acres, with the courtyard surrounded by a massive wall, and the main gate having a drawbridge over a moat. All that remains now is one monumental tower on the North side, some 60 feet high

Kirkoswald has a ruined castle, which in 1210 received a license from King John to fortify the original structure & enclose the extensive park.The Castle was later destroyed by Robert the Bruce in 1314, but was rebuilt & extended in the late 15th Century. The whole site covered three acres, with the courtyard surrounded by   a massive wall, and the main gate having a drawbridge over a moat.  All that remains now is one monumental tower on the North side, some 60 feet high

Kirkoswald has a ruined castle, which in 1210 received a license from King John to fortify the original structure & enclose the extensive park.The Castle was later destroyed by Robert the Bruce in 1314, but was rebuilt & extended in the late 15th Century. The whole site covered three acres, with the courtyard surrounded by a massive wall, and the main gate having a drawbridge over a moat. All that remains now is one monumental tower on the North side, some 60 feet high

On the way to Wrynose Pass, Cumbria, England - British Country Clothing offer a range of quality British made clothing ideal for country walks

On the way to Wrynose Pass, Cumbria, England - British Country Clothing offer a range of quality British made clothing ideal for country walks

The old St Martins Church of Martindale, Cumbria (pics)

The old St Martin’s Church of Martindale

The old St Martins Church of Martindale, Cumbria (pics)

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