Ingleton village and Ingleborough
A timeless view of the Yorkshire Dales, looking across Ingleton to the summit of Ingleborough, one of the famous Three Peaks. On the top is an iron-age hillfort, thought to be the capital of the ancient Brigantes tribe who resisted the Roman invasion. Ingleton itself is particularly noted for its impressive waterfalls. The prominent viaduct carried the line from Clapham to Low Gill - passenger trains were withdrawn in 1954, but the viaduct remains albeit trackless.
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