HampshireCam Travels ~ North Yorkshire Dales and Moors - Page 2

North Yorkshire Moors - Mount Grace Priory, founded in 1398 is Britain's best preserved Carthusian monastery.





A Meadow Brown butterfly.

A Mount Grace toad.

North Yorkshire Moors - Rievaulx Abbey built in the 13th century became one of the wealthiest monasteries in medieval England and the first Cistercian monastery in the North.




Swaledale - Click on the picture for a panorama of the dale.


Swaledale - Reeth at the start of one of the most scenic valleys in the dales.


A local resident, one of the famous Swaledale sheep watching tourists pass by.


Swaledale - The old smelting mill at Surrender Bridge near Feetham. Derelict buildings are the only thing left of the lead mining industry that thrived in the dale in the late 18th and 19th centuries.


Swaledale - Despite all the rain, Wain Wath Force near Keld is but a small trickle.

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