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Horsehold, Hebden Bridge, Calderdale, West Yorkshire by mrrobertwade (wadey), via Flickr

Horsehold, Hebden Bridge, Calderdale, West Yorkshire by mrrobertwade (wadey), via Flickr

Worsbrough Mill, Barnsley, South Yorkshire.

Worsbrough Mill, Barnsley, South Yorkshire.

Ramsden Road, Holme, West Yorkshire.

Ramsden Road, Holme, West Yorkshire.

Robin Hood's Bay, Yorkshire, England End of the Coast to Coast Walk

Robin Hood’s Bay, England. Robin Hood’s Bay is a small fishing village and a bay located within the North York Moors National Park, five miles south of Whitby and 15 miles north of Scarborough on the coast of North Yorkshire, England.

P Cut in wall at Manor House, Woodsome Bridge, Kirkburton, Huddersfield.

P Cut in wall at Manor House, Woodsome Bridge, Kirkburton, Huddersfield.

Hilltop Reservoir, Slaithwaite

Hilltop Reservoir, Slaithwaite

Hidden Gem, Goathland, North Yorkshire, England

A hidden gem. Beck Hole and Malleyn Spout, Goathland, North Yorkshire, England. Beck Hole is a small valley village in the Borough of Scarborough.

The Devil's Arrows. Boroughbridge, North Yorkshire

The Devil's Arrows - Boroughbridge, North Yorkshire

@Sandsendis  picturesque village just at the end of the wild North Yorkshire Moors.

~Blooms and cottages in a timeless scene at Low Row, Sandsend, North Yorkshire, England~ I want to live somewhere like this!

Carn Brae Castle, UK This castle started life as a 15th century hilltop hunting lodge. It has remained basically the same with a few additions made in the 19th century. It is next to the site of the oldest neolithic settlement discovered so far in Cornwall. Побудуй свій замок з конструктора http://eko-igry.com.ua/products/category/1658731

Carn Brea Castle, UK This castle started life as a century hilltop hunting lodge. It has remained basically the same with a few additions made in the century. It is next to the site of the oldest neolithic settlement discovered so far in Cornwall.

Lady Lucy’s Walk at Wentworth Castle, South Yorkshire. Wentworth Castle is actually a “stately home” with glorious gardens and the poignantly named Lady Lucy’s Walk- a closely spaced, cathedral like avenue of Lime Trees planted around 1920 in honour of Thomas Wentworth’s daughter Lucy, who fell in love with the estate gardener and (you know this isn’t going to end well) died of a broken heart after they were forbidden to marry. They say she still wanders the gardens, weaving wistfully in…

Lady Lucy’s Walk at Wentworth Castle, South Yorkshire. Wentworth Castle is actually a “stately home” with glorious gardens and the poignantly named Lady Lucy’s Walk- a closely spaced, cathedral like.

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