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Cumbria

Ian Lewis | Derwentwater Rowing Boat

Derwentwater Rowing Boat

A rowing boat waiting for hire on the Keswick shore of Derwentwater in Cumbria, England. Derwentwater is one of the main bodies of water within the Lake District National Park. It is approximately 3 miles long and 1 mile wide with a maximum depth of about 72 feet. The shore here at Keswick is extremely popular with tourists who can hire these rowing boats or take a less arduous trip on a launch. There are many walks around the lake and on the surrounding fells.
Ian Lewis | Derwentwater From The Northern Shore

Derwentwater From The Northern Shore

The view from the shoreline at Crow Park on the edge of Keswick in Cumbria, looking south west towards Catbells and the western fells. Derwentwater is one of the main bodies of water within the Lake District National Park. It is approximately 3 miles long and 1 mile wide with a maximum depth of about 72 feet. The shore at Keswick is extremely popular with tourists who can hire rowing boats or take a less arduous trip on a launch. There are many walks around the lake and on the surrounding fells.
Ian Lewis |  The Harbour At Maryport

The Harbour At Maryport

The harbour at Maryport on the north coast of Cumbria. Maryport is the southernmost town on the Solway Firth and across the water can be seen the Scottish coast, This was once a thriving port centred round the coal and ship building industries. Having declined in importance since Victorian times, it is now developing as a holiday and cultural centre and the harbour is now home to fishing boats and yachts.
Ian Lewis |  Maryport Harbour At Sunset

Maryport Harbour At Sunset

The harbour at Maryport on the north coast of Cumbria. Maryport is the southernmost town on the Solway Firth and across the water can be seen the Scottish coast, This was once a thriving port centred round the coal and ship building industries. Having declined in importance since Victorian times, it is now developing as a holiday and cultural centre and the harbour is now home to fishing boats and yachts.
Ian Lewis |  Silloth Lighthouse

Silloth Lighthouse

The lighthouse stands just north of the Victorian seaside resort of Silloth on the north coast of Cumbria. It was established in 1864 as a warning for shipping on the Solway Firth. Originally mobile, it could be moved on a short rail track. However, in 1914 it was converted to the fixed position where it now stands. In a beautiful position, it looks over the Solway Firth to the coast, hills and mountains of Galloway in Scotland. This image was captured at sunset towards the end of June.