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Catbells fell first snow

This Cat Bells Fell photo slate showing the fell in the English Lake District in the county of Cumbria. It has a height of 451 metres (1,480 ft) and is one of the most popular fells in the area.

Claife Heights station

Claife heights station photo slate or coaster, Claife station was built in the 1790s as a viewpoint where visitors could look at Windermere lake. It was most fashionable with tourists in the 1830s and 40s.

Coniston Old man

The Old Man of Coniston is a fell in the Furness Fells in the English Lake District and the highest point of the traditional County Palatine of Lancashire. It is at least 2,632.61 feet high, and lies to the west of the village of Coniston and the lake, Coniston Water.

Cuckoo Brow Sawry

Cuckoo Brow inn Slate coaster the hotel is set in the quiet village of Far Sawrey. Just 1 miles from Lake Windemere, and surrounded by wildlife and countryside that inspired Beatrix Potter on nearby Hill Top Farm

Derwent water in Winter

Derwent water in winter photo slate or Coaster, Derwent Water is one of the principal bodies of water in the Lake District National Park in north west England. It lies wholly within the Borough of Allerdale, in the county of Cumbria.

Grasmere Village

Grasmere is a village photo slate or coaster shows a tourist destination in Cumbria, England, in the centre of the Lake District. It is named after its adjacent lake. It has links with the Lake Poets, one of whom, William Wordsworth, lived in Grasmere for 14 years and called it "the loveliest spot that man hath ever found

Herdwick sheep watching the rain

Herdwick sheep photo slate, Herwick's are the native breed of sheep in the central and western Lake District and live on the highest of England's mountains this Lovely painting is by local artist Jean Grazier Hanging slate measures 19 h x 14 w

High Sweden Bridge Ambleside

High Sweden Bridge Ambleside is thought to date from the late 1700s and crosses Scandale Beck on the route from the town to Patterdale. Though no longer used by horses it is still popular with walkers heading for the fells or on this scenic stroll.

Lake Cruiser at Bowness Bay

Windermere lake cruiser and rowing boats at Bowness Bay photo slate and coaster set, Bowness town has become a tourist honeypot. Although their mutual growth has caused them to become one large settlement, the town is distinct from the town of Windermere slate measure 19w x 14 h

Lake Windermere evening

A Lake Windermere evening photo slate, Windermere the largest lake in Cumbria’s Lake District National Park, northwest England. It’s surrounded by mountain peaks and villages, including Bowness-on-Windermere

Langdale Pikes

The Langdale Pikes a compact group of peaks that are amongst the most easily recognisable mountains in the Lake District.

Rough Fell sheep

Rough Fell Sheep are one of the three breeds of sheep native to Cumbria. They are one of the largest and hardiest hill breeds