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7 images in cluster Langdale Pikes in NY3004

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in NY3004, near Little Langdale


NY3004 : Summit view, Lingmoor Fell by Karl and Ali
Summit view, Lingmoor Fell
When: 25 November, 2016
By: Karl and Ali
NY3004 : Brown How, Lingmoor Fell by Ian Taylor
Brown How, Lingmoor Fell
When: 1 February, 2015
By: Ian Taylor
NY3004 : SW side of Lingmoor Fell by Ian Taylor
SW side of Lingmoor Fell
When: 10 November, 2013
By: Ian Taylor
NY3004 : Small Tarn on Lingmoor Fell by Ian Taylor
Small Tarn on Lingmoor Fell
When: 10 November, 2013
By: Ian Taylor
NY3004 : The spine of Lingmoor fell by steven ruffles
The spine of Lingmoor fell
When: 16 March, 2011
By: steven ruffles
NY3004 : Summit ridge of Lingmoor Fell looking to Langdale Pikes by Andrew Hill
Summit ridge of Lingmoor Fell looking to Langdale Pikes
When: 16 December, 2005
By: Andrew Hill
NY3004 : Near summit of Lingmoor Fell by Andrew Hill
Near summit of Lingmoor Fell
When: 16 December, 2005
By: Andrew Hill

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Other Automatic clusters in NY3004

  1. Langdale Pikes
  2. Looking towards the Langdales (of which 5 shown above)
  3. Lingmoor Fell Summit (of which 3 shown above)
  4. Lingmoor Tarn (of which 2 shown above)
  5. Cloud (of which 2 shown above)
  6. Looking North West (of which 1 shown above)
  7. Busk Pike (of which 1 shown above)
  8. Great End just Visible (of which 1 shown above)
  9. Top of Lingmoor Fell
  10. Dry Stone Wall
  11. Summit Cairn
  12. Old Quarry Workings
  13. Following the Wall
  14. Disused Quarry
  15. Stile
  16. Heather
  17. Ruin
  18. Path
  19. Area
  20. Winter
  21. Approached
  22. Dry-stone Wall Running along the Ridge
  23. Slate Quarries
  24. High
  25. Building
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