Coming Into Langthwaite Village

Coming Into Langthwaite Village

Approaching Langthwaite you can see the welcome sign of the village on the left..... Langthwaite is deep in the heart of Arkengarthdale, where many of the on location scenes were made from the television series - All Creatures Great And Small Famed in the 1970's. Tourists still visit Langthwaite to see if they can spot any of the locations used. A lovely reminder of when you last visited here. Or even had a pint in the Red Lion, just around the corner!. Taken on a dry, but Winter's day.

Sandra Cockayne

Image size: 5184 x 3456, 19.16Mb | Camera details: Canon EOS 7D | Date uploaded: 21/07/2018

Sandra Cockayne | Coming Into Langthwaite Village
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