Photographs of Cumbria
Location: Town:  Keswick
Comment: Jetty on Derwent Water, Keswick
Submitted By: Cheeky
Website: http://cheekybaldy.blogspot.com
Date Submitted: 13-04-2006
 
Location: Town:  Keswick
Comment: Evening photo across Derwent Water, Keswick
Submitted By: Cheeky
Website: http://cheekybaldy.blogspot.com
Date Submitted: 13-04-2006
 
Location: Town:  Carlisle
Comment:
Submitted By:
Website: http://www.fotodiscs4u.co.uk
Date Submitted: 13-05-2006
 
Location: Town:  Carlisle
Comment: Carlisle chimney
Submitted By:
Website: http://www.fotodiscs4u.co.uk
Date Submitted: 13-05-2006
 
Location: Village:  Loweswater
Comment: Taken from the path leading from the Mosser road back down to Loweswater on a glorius summer day in Sep. 2005
Submitted By: Tony Tremble
Date Submitted: 11-07-2006
 
Location: Town:  Whitehaven
Comment: An evening view of Whitehaven marina featuring the wave and crows nest.
Submitted By: Graeme
Website: http://www.wmvc.co.uk
Date Submitted: 23-04-2007
 
Location: Village:  Ennerdale
Comment: Anglers Crag, Ennerdale Water
Submitted By: Graeme
Website: http://www.wmvc.co.uk
Date Submitted: 24-04-2007
 
Location: Village:  Ennerdale
Comment: Ennerdale Water
Submitted By: Graeme
Website: http://www.wmvc.co.uk
Date Submitted: 24-04-2007
 
Location: Town:  St. Bees
Comment:
Submitted By: Graeme
Website: http://www.wmvc.co.uk
Date Submitted: 24-04-2007
 
Location: Town:  Whitehaven
Comment: Harbourside Mining Sculpture
Submitted By: Graeme
Website: http://www.wmvc.co.uk
Date Submitted: 24-04-2007
 
Location: Town:  Whitehaven
Comment: Whitehaven Marina
Submitted By: Graeme
Website: http://www.wmvc.co.uk
Date Submitted: 24-04-2007
 
Location: Town:  Whitehaven
Comment: Whitehaven Marina
Submitted By: Graeme
Website: http://www.wmvc.co.uk
Date Submitted: 24-04-2007
 
Location: Village:  Thirlmere
Comment: Thirlmere
Submitted By: Graeme
Website: http://www.wmvc.co.uk
Date Submitted: 25-04-2007
 
Location: Village:  Thirlmere
Comment: Thirlmere
Submitted By: Graeme
Website: http://www.wmvc.co.uk
Date Submitted: 25-04-2007
 
Location: Village:  Eskdale
Comment: Blea Tarn, Eskdale
Submitted By: Graeme Wishart
Website: http://www.wmvc.co.uk
Date Submitted: 25-08-2007
 
Location: Village:  Eskdale
Comment: Stanley Ghyll Waterfall, near Dalegarth, Eskdale
Submitted By: Graeme Wishart
Website: http://www.wmvc.co.uk
Date Submitted: 25-08-2007
 
Location: Village:  Eskdale
Comment: Eskdale Valley looking towards the Irish Sea
Submitted By: Graeme Wishart
Website: http://www.wmvc.co.uk
Date Submitted: 25-08-2007
 
Location: Village:  Aspatria
Comment: Aview of Skiddaw mountain, from Aspatria
Submitted By: t
Website: http://www.archersgift.com
Date Submitted: 27-11-2007
 
 
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Comment On Aspatria
Submitted by
On 2007-11-27
Aspatria is a lovely place to live. Close to the lakes, and the Solway coast, it is a thriving community, primarily farming based. Seeley beds are based here.
Comment On Flakebridge
Submitted by
On 2007-05-16
As a child i used to walk our dog in flakebridge wood, I found magpies locked in cages and set them free! Now I realise these vermin were used for decoys to catch their mates. So I am saying sorry to the gamekeeper after nearly 40 years.
Comment On Ireby
Submitted by
On 2007-05-07
Ireby used to be a thriving market town
Comment On Whitehaven
Submitted by Graeme
On 2007-04-24
Whitehaven was a town built on coal mining. Local collieries were the most remarkable of their era, pioneering a host of innovations, and iron ore of the highest quality was mined nearby. Whitehaven's last working pit, Haig Colliery closed in 1986 and is now preserved as a museum and tourist attraction. Over a thousand vessels were built in its shipyards and important trading links were established with the New World. The town now benefits from its colourful history. The biennial International Maritime Festival has put Whitehaven firmly on the tourist map, and attracts hundreds of thousand of visitors to the creatively restored harbour. The town has lots to offer the discerning visitor, and is situated close to the Lake District national park.
Comment On Millom
Submitted by
On 2006-10-17
Millom is tiny. There is very little to do in Millom itself. There is a great riding centre in Silecroft only a short drive away. It's Murthwaite Green Trekking Centre. The staff are really friendly and the views when riding are really great.
Comment On Loweswater
Submitted by Tony Tremble
On 2006-07-11
My favourite place in the Lake District
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