Warton Crag and Occupation Road:
Warton Crag is a glorious limestone cliff situated in Warton near Carnforth.
It is the most southerly of the wooded
Arnside to Hincaster Railway:The Arnside to Hincaster railway line, of which Sandside cutting is part, was completed in 1876 and remained open until 1963.The
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Here are 3 Stunning Lakeland Woods Walks:
Cumbria contains a wealth of wonderful woods in beautiful settings.
Many of these woods are managed by the
Arnside Viaduct – Spectacular Engineering:The Kent Viaduct was built in 1857 across the Kent Estuary linking the Furness Railway to Barrow-in-Furness (then a new
Arnside’s 15c Pele Tower:
On the southern side of Arnside Knott are the romantic ruins of Arnside Tower.
Arnside Tower House is located in
Sundown in Arnside:
Arnside is a wonderful place for an evening stroll.
The sunsets are spectacular with amazing views over the Kent estuary towards the
Arnside is a former fishing village.
It is situated above the shores of Morecambe Bay on the River Kent, just below the more famous
Experience A Cross Bay Walk:With over 120 square miles of Morecambe Bay sands exposed at low tide, you will be following the same route
Arnside to Kents Bank Cross-Bay Walk:
Cedric Robinson MBE the Queen’s guide to the sands will be leading a charity cross-bay walk on Sunday, June