Yorkshire Dales / Cleveland
Dent Head Viaduct was built between 1869 and1875 for The Midland Railway Company. Now part of the Settle - Carlisle Railway. It has 10 arches, is 100 feet high and 199 yards long. Located in Dentdale in the Yorkshire Dales, it is located between the better known 24 arch Ribblehead Viaduct and the lesser known 11 arch Arten Gill Viaduct.
A solitary tree stands strong against the winter in Wensleydale, the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Located on the road from Hawes to Ingleton close to Ribblehead. In the distance can be seen the summit of Ingleborough Top, one of the Yorkshire Three Peaks. All around the rabbit tracks dart between the rocks.
Looking back across the Cleveland Way from the Clay Bank area, up towards Carr Ridge and Round Hill.
The Ribblehead Viaduct also known as the Batty Moss Viaduct in the Ribble Valley of North Yorkshire, carries the Settle - Carlisle railway over Batty Moss at Ribblehead. It has 24 stone arches and carries the line some 104 feet above the moor. The viaduct is a Grade 2 listed structure