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The mountains at Dovedale in Derbyshire. Dovedale was formed by the river Dove as it cuts its way through the limestone rocks. Dovedale is part of the Peak District National Park (214 sq miles) that was created in 1951. Stock Photo
Derwent Dame was the practice ground for the ‘Bouncing bomb by 617 Dam buster SQD during World War 2.
The Chinese bridge at the crossing point of two lakes in the grounds of Wimpole Hall. They were first started in 1697 and gradually extended until 1767 to the size and shape they are today. Stock Photo
Wild woodland Primrose (Primula Vulgaris). in Brampton wood. Brampton wood is 327 acres and the second largest wood in Cambridgeshire. The first records are in the Doomesday Book of 1086 AD. In 1954 it was declared a site of Special Scientific Intrest. I
Close up of one of the Holme fen posts that record the wasting away of the peat which once covered much of the fens. The original post was buried with its top level with the ground in 1852, after the drainage of the nearby Whitllesey Mere. The dates on th
Autumn trees in Woodwalton fen nature reserve. Part of ‘The Great Fen Project’, that aims to restore over 3000 hectares of fenland habitat between Huntingdon and Peterborough.
Day boats for hire at Wroxham Wroxham is the centre of tourism for exploring the Norfolk Broads Editorial
In the 17th century many thousand wind driven drainage pumps like this one at Wicken were used to drain the fens. This is the last one to survive, they were replased by steam driven pumps in the 19th century.
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