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Waterfalls and Rivers

Amanda Ainsley | Swaledale Waterfall

Swaledale Waterfall

This is one of a series of waterfalls near Muker and Keld in Swaledale.
Amanda Ainsley |  Hudeshope Beck in Teesdale

Hudeshope Beck in Teesdale

This is the bridge over the Hudeshope Beck near Middleton in Teesdale, County Durham. A lovely woodland walk named locally as The Kings Walk.
Amanda Ainsley | Low Force in Autumn Colours

Low Force in Autumn Colours

Low Force is an 18-foot high set of falls near Middleton in Teesdale, Co. Durham. Further upstream is the High Force waterfall. Low Force is also the site of the Wynch Bridge, completed in 1830.
Amanda Ainsley | Summerhill Force and Gibsons Cave

Summerhill Force and Gibsons Cave

This is Summerhill force at Gibsons Cave named after a 16th century outlaw who hid under the overhang to escape the law. It is set in Bowlees , upper Teesdale in County Durham on the Pennine Way and only a stones throw from High Force , Low Force and the Market town of Middleton in Teesdale.
Amanda Ainsley | Infinity and Beyond

Infinity and Beyond

This is reflections on The River Tees at Stockton upon Tees. It is taken from the Infinity Bridge and looks to the Tees Barrage with Stephenson's College on the right.
Amanda Ainsley | Low Force in Winter

Low Force in Winter

This is a cold wintery morning at Low Force waterfall on the River Tees in Teesdale, County Durham. Low Force is an 18-foot high set of falls near Middleton in Teesdale, Co. Durham. Further upstream is the High Force waterfall. Low Force is also the site of the Wynch Bridge, completed in 1830.
Amanda Ainsley | Autumn walk to Summerhill Force

Autumn walk to Summerhill Force

This is a small waterfall near Summerhill Force at Bowlees in Teesdale, County Durham. Further up the woodland walk you come to Gibsons Cave. All within walking distance of its bigger siblings, Low Force and the Mighty High Force.
Amanda Ainsley | Low Force in Teesdale

Low Force in Teesdale

This is Low Force Waterfall set high in the Pennines on the River Tees near to its larger Sister, High Force. A short ride away is the market towns of Middleton in Teesdale and Barnard Castle. Nearby is Wynch Bridge, a listed suspension bridge built in 1830 and set 18 feet above the river.
Amanda Ainsley | Autumn at Low Force

Autumn at Low Force

This is autumn colours at Low Force Waterfall set high in the Pennines near High Force, Middleton in Teesdale and is set on The River Tees. The photograph was taken from Wynch Bridge, a listed suspension bridge built in 1830.