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NY6820 : Looking  down  Boroughgate by Martin Dawes Looking down Boroughgate by Martin Dawes
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Appleby our starting point on the Westmorland Way, in seven days we will be in... (more)
SD4577 : Kent  Viaduct  from  Higher  Pasture  Arnside  Knott by Martin Dawes Kent Viaduct from Higher Pasture Arnside Knott by Martin Dawes
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A diesel unit is half way across. After seven days of walking the end is in... (more)
SD5191 : River  Kent  downstream  from  Romney  Bridge by Martin Dawes River Kent downstream from Romney Bridge by Martin Dawes
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Last lap on the Westmorland Way, Kendal to Arnside 17.5 miles, the footpath goes... (more)
NY3914 : Greenbank  Farm  built  1677 by Martin Dawes Greenbank Farm built 1677 by Martin Dawes
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Arnison Crag behind the farm, good sleep, full breakfast now walk back to... (more)
SD4678 : Rail  line  into  Arnside  from  south by Martin Dawes Rail line into Arnside from south by Martin Dawes
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Showing the level crossing on the outskirts of Arnside
NY3915 : At  my  age  it's  a  Priority by Martin Dawes At my age it's a Priority by Martin Dawes
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The fourth section of the Westmorland Way, the shortest mileage, 9 miles,but the... (more)
NY5614 : Kings  Arms  Shap by Martin Dawes Kings Arms Shap by Martin Dawes
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Our bed for the night, after walking 17 miles from Appleby, in fine weather!... (more)
SD4578 : Kent  Viaduct  from  coastal  footpath  to  Arnside by Martin Dawes Kent Viaduct from coastal footpath to Arnside by Martin Dawes
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SD4577 : From  the  Higher  Pasture  to  the  Kent  Estuary by Martin Dawes From the Higher Pasture to the Kent Estuary by Martin Dawes
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The view from high on Arnside Knott
SD4577 : Over  fields  to  Arnside  Tower by Martin Dawes Over fields to Arnside Tower by Martin Dawes
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The large pele tower is a ruin
SD4493 : Field  track  to  Low  Fold  Farm by Martin Dawes Field track to Low Fold Farm by Martin Dawes
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As we have left the lakes behind us the weather and the contours are becoming... (more)
SD4578 : Plaque  on  Arnside  Pier by Martin Dawes Plaque on Arnside Pier by Martin Dawes
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NY6819 : Field  alongside  the  River  Eden by Martin Dawes Field alongside the River Eden by Martin Dawes
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This footpath takes you south from Appleby to Great Ormside
SD4394 : Track  going  to  the  B5284 by Martin Dawes Track going to the B5284 by Martin Dawes
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Passing Spigot House and others on the way.
NY3204 : Entrance  into  Slate  Quarry  Locked  and  Bolted by Martin Dawes Entrance into Slate Quarry Locked and Bolted by Martin Dawes
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On the footpath from Chapel Stile to Elterwater. This footpath is also the... (more)
NY4520 : Ruined  field  barn  alongside  Bridleway by Martin Dawes Ruined field barn alongside Bridleway by Martin Dawes
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On the way to Howtown
NY4722 : Aik  Beck  on  its  way  to  Ullswater by Martin Dawes Aik Beck on its way to Ullswater by Martin Dawes
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From the footpath to Howtown
NY4723 : Gate  and  drive  to  Roehead by Martin Dawes Gate and drive to Roehead by Martin Dawes
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The road shortly becomes a track on the way up from Pooley Bridge to Askham Fell
NY4825 : Field  Barn  northeast  of  Pooley  Mill by Martin Dawes Field Barn northeast of Pooley Mill by Martin Dawes
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A bridleway junction, we are leaving the barn behind and heading first west then... (more)
NY4825 : Track  and  Bridleway  to  Barn by Martin Dawes Track and Bridleway to Barn by Martin Dawes
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This bridleway splits at the barn, either straight on or hard right towards Pooley Mill.
NY4924 : Farm  Road  and  Bridleway  to  Winder  Hall  Farm by Martin Dawes Farm Road and Bridleway to Winder Hall Farm by Martin Dawes
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On the course of the High Street Roman Road
NY5024 : Track  to  Highfield  Plantation by Martin Dawes Track to Highfield Plantation by Martin Dawes
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The first section is also a bridleway which then turns left down to Askham
NY5217 : Byway  from  river  to  barn by Martin Dawes Byway from river to barn by Martin Dawes
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In the middle of fields this curious walled way goes from the River Lowther to this barn
NY4924 : Drystone  Wall  at  track  lane  junction by Martin Dawes Drystone Wall at track lane junction by Martin Dawes
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Above the wall behind the bridleway sign is Limekiln Plantation.
SD4890 : The  climb  up  to  Scout  Scar  looking  back by Martin Dawes The climb up to Scout Scar looking back by Martin Dawes
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Not the easiest but if we want to have a nights sleep in Kendal, it's got to be done
SD4198 : Track  to  the  A591 by Martin Dawes Track to the A591 by Martin Dawes
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The blue coach is on the main road, we are going down this track to pick up a... (more)
SD4299 : The  track  to  Common  Farm by Martin Dawes The track to Common Farm by Martin Dawes
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After crossing fields the footpath comes in to this track to the farm and out... (more)
NY3307 : Leaving  Grasmere  behind by Martin Dawes Leaving Grasmere behind by Martin Dawes
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After an overnight stop in Grasmere today we are walking to Troutbeck, our path... (more)
NY4823 : Track  up  to  Askham  Fell by Martin Dawes Track up to Askham Fell by Martin Dawes
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The higher land is to the left, Heughscar Hill. To the right, falling away to Elder Beck.
NY4925 : Road  Junction  at  Celleron by Martin Dawes Road Junction at Celleron by Martin Dawes
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First left to a farm, second left to Askham. Right to Pooley Bridge, behind me... (more)
NY6712 : Packhorse  Bridge  Great  Asby by Martin Dawes Packhorse Bridge Great Asby by Martin Dawes
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Dale Beck enters the village under this old bridge.I am stood on the new... (more)
NY6916 : Going  up  but  it's  a  beautiful  day by Martin Dawes Going up but it's a beautiful day by Martin Dawes
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Footpath to the right at the top, something to look forward to after over a mile... (more)
SD4677 : Train  heading  south  to  Carnforth by Martin Dawes Train heading south to Carnforth by Martin Dawes
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SD4677 : Track  under  railway  line by Martin Dawes Track under railway line by Martin Dawes
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It is also the footpath to Hazelslack
SD4878 : Cleft  in  the  limestone  cliff  known  as  the  Fairy  Steps by Martin Dawes Cleft in the limestone cliff known as the Fairy Steps by Martin Dawes
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Much used in the past as a short cut to Beetham Church and, legend has it Fairies!
SD4878 : Going  down  the  Fairy  Steps by Martin Dawes Going down the Fairy Steps by Martin Dawes
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Dropping down off Whin Scar on the footpath to Hazelslack
SD4879 : Cairn  at  footpaths  junction by Martin Dawes Cairn at footpaths junction by Martin Dawes
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We were on the footpath from Beetham to Hazelslack but this point had a number... (more)
SD5179 : Footbridge  over  the  railway by Martin Dawes Footbridge over the railway by Martin Dawes
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On the footpath from Holme to Beetham
SD5280 : Lancaster  Canal  and  the  M6  lurking  in  the  bushes by Martin Dawes Lancaster Canal and the M6 lurking in the bushes by Martin Dawes
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The M6 has once again cut across the canal, a motorway traffic sign can be seen... (more)
SD5380 : Lancaster  Canal  Dukes  Bridge by Martin Dawes Lancaster Canal Dukes Bridge by Martin Dawes
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To continue the walk toward Greystone, the M6 again blocks the canal, so turn... (more)
SD5381 : Lancaster  Canal  back  to  Dovehouses  Bridge (161) by Martin Dawes Lancaster Canal back to Dovehouses Bridge (161) by Martin Dawes
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There is what I think is a milestone in the hedge bottom to the left, it has 18... (more)
SD5383 : Waterwitch  owned  by  Lancaster  Canal  Trust by Martin Dawes Waterwitch owned by Lancaster Canal Trust by Martin Dawes
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Trips every Sunday and Bank Holidays, Easter to the end of September. Crooklands... (more)
SD5286 : Footpath  to  Stainton by Martin Dawes Footpath to Stainton by Martin Dawes
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SD5186 : A  rolling  view by Martin Dawes A rolling view by Martin Dawes
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Well Heads Farm in the centre, Well Heads Lane can just be seen between the two... (more)
SD5086 : Sedgwick  House  from  footpath by Martin Dawes Sedgwick House from footpath by Martin Dawes
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Footpath from the River Kent up to the line of the Lancaster Canal. Sedgwick... (more)
SD5189 : River  Kent  upstream of  Hawes  Bridge by Martin Dawes River Kent upstream of Hawes Bridge by Martin Dawes
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Behind the low wall on the far bank is the remains of a mill race to a now... (more)
SD5190 : Footpath  over  field  to  River  Kent by Martin Dawes Footpath over field to River Kent by Martin Dawes
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SD5190 : Road  to  Watercrook  Farm by Martin Dawes Road to Watercrook Farm by Martin Dawes
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Our route turned left here on a footpath over the fields to follow the River Kent south
SD4991 : Gate  from  Bradleyfield  to  Bradley  Field  Farm by Martin Dawes Gate from Bradleyfield to Bradley Field Farm by Martin Dawes
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SD4891 : Gateway  to  Bradleyfield by Martin Dawes Gateway to Bradleyfield by Martin Dawes
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From Scout Scar follow the footpath across Bradleyfield and on to Kendal.
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