Photos from South Yorkshire - Page 1
The images listed here are all taken from the walks featured on this website.
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|Images from the Walks
|The River Wharfe near Bolton Abbey
|The Strid on the River Wharfe near Bolton Abbey
|Barden Bridge over the River Wharfe near Bolton Abbey
|The River Wharfe near Barden Bridge
|The Strid, River Wharfe, Bolton Abbey
|Strid Wood near Bolton Abbey
|Gordale Beck on the approach to Janet's Foss
|Janet's Foss is a pretty waterfall surrounded by woodland
|Gordale Scar is a spectacular limestone gorge
|The dry valley of Watlowes leads to top of Malham Cove
|Watlowes is a dry valley leading to the top of Malham Cove
|Malham Cove and its limestone pavement
|Whernside seen from the flanks of Ingleborough.
|A field barn in Upper Swaledale.
|Penhill offers great views across Wensleydale.
|Wensleydale's green pastures in high summer
|The lower sections of Gunnerside Gill have mature woodland
|Upper Gunnerside Gill & view to Bunton Mine
|Gunnerside Gill view south to remains of Bunton Mine
|Extensive mine ruins alongside Old Gang beck
|Pen-y-ghent, one of Yorkshire's "Big Three"
|Pen-y-ghent from near Hull Pot
|Hull Pot is located on the western slopes of Pen-y-ghent
|Pen-y-ghent from road north of Horton-in-Ribblesdale
|Limestone scenery near Higher Heights
|View of the Ughill Brook valley
|Underbank Chapel sign
|View towards Bradfield
|Agden Reservoir and High Bradfield
|Rushy Dyke, Duke's Road - Broomhead Moor
|Storrs Dike, West Wood
|Dale Dike Reservoir
|More Hall Reservoir
|Little Howden Moor
|Abbey Brook Valley
|A view across the Damflask Valley
|High Bradfield Parish Church is located above The Damflask Valley
|Part of the Agden Reservoir, west of Sheffield
|The edge of Hooton Pagnell wood near Doncaster.
|The churchyard at Hooton Pagnell Parish Church near Doncaster
|The Butter Cross in Hooton Pagnell village near Doncaster
|View from Birley Edge, near Sheffield
|The dern stone next to the Birley Stone, near Sheffield
|Ulley Doorstep Walk waymark
|Path across the M1/M18 triangle
|Ulley Reservoir south of Rotherham
|Lifting bridge on the New Junction Canal
|Canal aqueduct over the River Don
|Old course of the River Don
|Queen Anne's Obelisk
|Thurgoland Boundary Walk marker
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