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Gayle Mill, Hawes, Wensleydale, North Yorkshire, England - Built in 1776 it has what is believed to be the world's oldest surviving water turbine still in its original situation. The mill is open to the public.

Gayle Mill, Hawes, Wensleydale, North Yorkshire, England - Built in 1776 it has what is believed to be the world's oldest surviving water turbine still in its original situation. The mill is open to the public.

'The Garden Gate, Glyndebourne' by Simon Palmer (ink, watercolour and gouache)

Artworks of Simon Palmer (British, from galleries, museums and auction houses worldwide.

From the heather-clad hills, to the pristine lochs, there really is no place quite like home. | 19 Signs You're A True Highlander

From the heather-clad hills, to the pristine lochs, there really is no place quite like the Scottish Highlands.

John Atkinson Grimshaw - Ghyll Beck, Barden, Yorkshire

Ghyll Beck, Barden, Yorkshire Artwork by John Atkinson Grimshaw Oil Painting & Art Prints on canvas for sale

We have places that look like this around here. I never tire of the vista.

Can park for free for Bolton abbey and Strid in Barden Bridge and then walk in. Don't park at end of yellow lines, can get caught! The Strid narrows of the River Wharfe at Bolton Abbey in the Yorkshire Dales, United Kingdom

Askrigg ~ Wensleydale  the fictional Darrowby in the BBC TV series All Creatures Great and Small. The large three story building was the vets' home, "Skeldale House" .

Askrigg ~ Wensleydale the fictional Darrowby in the BBC TV series All Creatures Great and Small. The large three story building was the vets' home, "Skeldale House" . Quaker town so no pubs, they had to go out of town for drinks.

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