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NY3329 : Bannerdale Valley by Graham Robson Bannerdale Valley by Graham Robson
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The Bannerdale valley is the source of Bannerdale Beck which is a tributary of... (more)
Tags: Bannerdale   place:CumbriaX   place:Lake DistrictX   top:MoorlandX   top:Rivers, Streams, DrainageX   top:UplandsX  
NY4215 : Bannerdale Beck, Bannerdale by Christine Johnstone Bannerdale Beck, Bannerdale by Christine Johnstone
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Looking down from the path to Angle Tarn. The deep side valley dropping off the... (more)
Tags: place:Bannerdale   stream:GillX   national park:Lake DistrictX   top:Rivers, Streams, DrainageX   U Shaped ValleyX   U-Shaped ValleyX   Upland FarmlandX   subject:ValleyX  
NY4316 : Bannerdale Beck below Nab Head by Christine Johnstone Bannerdale Beck below Nab Head by Christine Johnstone
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At the bottom end of Bannerdale, as it joins Martindale.
Tags: Bannerdale   BeckX   FarmlandX   top:GrasslandX   place:Lake DistrictX   national park:Lake DistrictX   top:Rivers, Streams, DrainageX   top:UplandsX   ValleyX  
NY4216 : Two-storey farm building in Bannerdale by Christine Johnstone Two-storey farm building in Bannerdale by Christine Johnstone
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Built into the slope of the valley side. On the horizon is the Nab.
NY4215 : Drystone walls, Bannerdale by Christine Johnstone Drystone walls, Bannerdale by Christine Johnstone
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Demarcating the boundary between farmland in the valley bottom and open access... (more)
Tags: place:Bannerdale   Dry Stone WallingX   Drystone WallX   type:GeographX   national park:Lake DistrictX   top:UplandsX   subject:ValleyX   Valley BottomX  
NY4214 : Trees at the top end of Bannerdale by Christine Johnstone Trees at the top end of Bannerdale by Christine Johnstone
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Growing at about 400 metres above sea level, on a steep slope.
NY4214 : Drystone wall, Bannerdale by Christine Johnstone Drystone wall, Bannerdale by Christine Johnstone
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A less-used path is mapped alongside this wall.
Tags: place:Bannerdale   wall:Dry-StoneX   Drystone WallX   national park:Lake DistrictX   top:MoorlandX   Open Access LandX   subject:ValleyX   Wildlife Conservation AreaX  
NY4214 : Floor and east side, top end of Bannerdale by Christine Johnstone Floor and east side, top end of Bannerdale by Christine Johnstone
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There were red deer at the bottom of the opposite slopes.
NY4214 : The Bannerdale path descending from Angle Tarn by Christine Johnstone The Bannerdale path descending from Angle Tarn by Christine Johnstone
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Crossing scree on its way down to Dale Head.
Tags: place:Bannerdale   path:FootpathX   national park:Lake DistrictX   Open Access LandX   Open Access PathX   subject:PathX   top:PathsX  
NY4215 : Overgrown pool, below Heck Crag by Christine Johnstone Overgrown pool, below Heck Crag by Christine Johnstone
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Alongside the Bannerdale path to Angle Tarn.
Tags: place:Bannerdale   national park:Lake DistrictX   top:MoorlandX   Open Access LandX   Open Access MoorlandX   Overgrown PondX   subject:PoolX   Wall RepairX  
NY4215 : The bracken-filled slopes of Bannerdale by Christine Johnstone The bracken-filled slopes of Bannerdale by Christine Johnstone
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Looking north from the path to Angle Tarn.
Tags: place:Bannerdale   subject:BrackenX   national park:Lake DistrictX   top:MoorlandX   Open Access LandX   Steep Sided ValleyX  
NY4214 : Drystone wall climbing to meet the path by Christine Johnstone Drystone wall climbing to meet the path by Christine Johnstone
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In upper Bannerdale, on the way to Angle Tarn.
NY4214 : Drystone wall below the Angle Tarn path by Christine Johnstone Drystone wall below the Angle Tarn path by Christine Johnstone
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Why was it built in remote Bannerdale, and at what cost?
NY4214 : Upper Bannerdale by Christine Johnstone Upper Bannerdale by Christine Johnstone
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Seen from the Angle Tarn path.
NY4215 : Ruined enclosure in Bannerdale by Christine Johnstone Ruined enclosure in Bannerdale by Christine Johnstone
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Created by a curved wall looping off a straighter boundary wall. A stream runs... (more)
NY4215 : Derelict wall, below Heck Crag, Bannerdale by Christine Johnstone Derelict wall, below Heck Crag, Bannerdale by Christine Johnstone
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What effort went into building such a steep wall? And to what purpose?
NY4214 : The path to Angle Tarn, upper Bannerdale by Christine Johnstone The path to Angle Tarn, upper Bannerdale by Christine Johnstone
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Out of the scree, but no less steep.
NY4214 : Steep eastern side of upper Bannerdale by Christine Johnstone Steep eastern side of upper Bannerdale by Christine Johnstone
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Seen from the Angle Tarn path on the equally steep western side.
NY4214 : Yewgrove Gill, east side of Bannerdale by Christine Johnstone Yewgrove Gill, east side of Bannerdale by Christine Johnstone
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Too far away to see if the trees are yews or not.
NY4214 : Bannerdale Beck by Christine Johnstone Bannerdale Beck by Christine Johnstone
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Seen from the Angle Tarn path.
NY4215 : This way to Dale Head by Christine Johnstone This way to Dale Head by Christine Johnstone
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The 'Patterdale path' on the western side of Bannerdale. Dale Head is... (more)
Tags: Bannerdale   rights of way:BridlewayX   BridlewayX   path:BridlewayX   place:Lake DistrictX   national park:Lake DistrictX   Open Access LandX   top:PathsX   Public BridlewayX   Steep Sided ValleyX   top:UplandsX  
NY4215 : Bannerdale bridleway by Christine Johnstone Bannerdale bridleway by Christine Johnstone
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The 'Patterdale path' heading down to Dale Head.
Tags: Bannerdale   path:BridlewayX   BridlewayX   rights of way:BridlewayX   place:Lake DistrictX   national park:Lake DistrictX   Open Access LandX   top:PathsX   Public BridlewayX   Steep Sided ValleyX   top:UplandsX   Valley SideX  
NY4215 : Heck Beck by Christine Johnstone Heck Beck by Christine Johnstone
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Dropping down the western side of Bannerdale.
Tags: Bannerdale   BeckX   plant:BrackenX   place:Lake DistrictX   national park:Lake DistrictX   top:MoorlandX   Open Access LandX   top:Rivers, Streams, DrainageX   top:UplandsX   ValleyX  
NY4215 : Bannerdale sheep by Christine Johnstone Bannerdale sheep by Christine Johnstone
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Below Broad Crags.
Tags: Bannerdale   CragsX   place:Lake DistrictX   national park:Lake DistrictX   top:MoorlandX   Open Access LandX   top:Rocks, Scree, CliffsX   SheepX   top:UplandsX   Valley SideX  
NY4215 : Anonymous beck falling through drystone wall by Christine Johnstone Anonymous beck falling through drystone wall by Christine Johnstone
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On the west side of Bannerdale.
NY4215 : Straight on across the beck into Bannerdale's fields by Christine Johnstone Straight on across the beck into Bannerdale's fields by Christine Johnstone
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Bear right for the mapped path up to Angle Tarn.
Tags: Bannerdale   Dry Stone WallX   Drystone WallX   FootpathX   path:FootpathX   place:Lake DistrictX   national park:Lake DistrictX   top:MoorlandX   Open Access LandX   top:PathsX   top:UplandsX   ValleyX  
NY4215 : Drystone walls in Bannerdale by Christine Johnstone Drystone walls in Bannerdale by Christine Johnstone
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The path to Angle Tarn more or less follows the wall up to the saddle.
Tags: Bannerdale   Dry Stone WallX   Drystone WallX   path:FootpathX   FootpathX   national park:Lake DistrictX   place:Lake DistrictX   top:MoorlandX   Open Access LandX   top:PathsX   top:UplandsX   ValleyX  
NY4215 : Ruined building in Bannerdale by Christine Johnstone Ruined building in Bannerdale by Christine Johnstone
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Alongside the path from Angle Tarn.
NY4316 : Red deer in Bannerdale by Christine Johnstone Red deer in Bannerdale by Christine Johnstone
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The herd move around both sides of The Nab.
NY4216 : Farmer's gated route, Bannerdale by Christine Johnstone Farmer's gated route, Bannerdale by Christine Johnstone
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Seen from the Angle Tarn path. The tall trees shelter a stone farm building.
NY4216 : Drystone wall built up with wire fencing by Christine Johnstone Drystone wall built up with wire fencing by Christine Johnstone
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Along the Angle Tarn path in Bannerdale, home to a herd of red deer.
NY4216 : Field on Martindale Common by Christine Johnstone Field on Martindale Common by Christine Johnstone
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Below Beda Fell, on Bannerdale valley side. The wall isruinous, but the land it... (more)
NY4216 : The first and last tall tree in Bannerdale by Christine Johnstone The first and last tall tree in Bannerdale by Christine Johnstone
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Alongside a barn and a field boundary, near the Angle Tarn path.
NY4215 : Ruin below Bedafell Knott by Christine Johnstone Ruin below Bedafell Knott by Christine Johnstone
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It was never very high, so probably a sheepfold?
NY4215 : The path to Angle Tarn by Christine Johnstone The path to Angle Tarn by Christine Johnstone
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With Heck Crag in the centre of the skyline.
SK3384 : Track through the Allotments by Andrew Tryon Track through the Allotments by Andrew Tryon
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At Archer Lane Allotments on Brincliffe Edge in Sheffield
Tags: subject:AllotmentX   place:Bannerdale   place:Brincliffe EdgeX   DoorwayX   place:EnglandX   EntranceX   top:Farm, Fishery, Market GardeningX   GatewayX   HedgeX   place:Nether EdgeX   S11X   place:SheffieldX   place:South YorkshireX   top:Suburb, Urban FringeX  
NY4214 : The path to Angle Tarn, under Heck Crag by Christine Johnstone The path to Angle Tarn, under Heck Crag by Christine Johnstone
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Easier going up than down.
NY4215 : Ruined stone wall under Heck Crag by Christine Johnstone Ruined stone wall under Heck Crag by Christine Johnstone
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Seen from the path to Angle Tarn.
NY4316 : The path to Angle Tarn by Christine Johnstone The path to Angle Tarn by Christine Johnstone
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Running along the wall, then climbing up under and to the left of the distant Heck Crag.
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