Lancashire

From one of Britain's most famous seaside getaways to classic cotton mill towns, Lancashire has the locations as well as the looks.
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13th century Hornby Castle

13th century Hornby Castle

Morecambe's Stony Pier stretching out to sea.

Morecambe's Stony Pier stretching out to sea.

A perfect sunset picture in Lytham St Annes.

A perfect sunset picture in Lytham St Annes.

A look at Morecambe and its sandy beach from the promenade,

A poll has suggested that many British youngsters believe Skegness is somewhere in the Scottish Highlands. Does your knowledge stack up?

Morecambe Lighthouse on the Stone Jetty.

Morecambe Lighthouse on the Stone Jetty.

The Forest of Bowland is an AONB and has also been called the Switzerland of England.

The Forest of Bowland is an AONB and has also been called the Switzerland of England.

The trademark untouched landscape of Lancashire near the Forest of Bowland.

The trademark untouched landscape of Lancashire near the Forest of Bowland.

Blackpool Pier at dusk.

Blackpool Pier at dusk.

A whole new land reveals itself when the tides out at Silverdale.

A whole new land reveals itself when the tides out at Silverdale.


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