The early 19th century Church of St Cuthbert at Lorton near Cockermouth in Cumbria.
LORTON 03A - The Vale of Lorton
The Vale of Lorton near Cockermouth, Cumbria.
LORTON 05A - The Lorton Yew
Wordsworth's Yew at Lorton near Cockermouth in Cumbria. The 1,000 year old yew stands behind the village hall in the village of Lorton. The tree featured in the BBC program 'Meetings with Remarkable Trees' and was immortalised by William Wordsworth in the poem, ‘Yew Trees’. John Wesley, the founder of Methodism, preached under the tree in the 1750s and George Fox, the founder of the Quakers, also preached here to a large crowd that included soldiers from Cromwell’s army. The tree is on private land and is best viewed from the bridge over Whit Beck or from the old village pinfold next to the bridge where there is an interpretation panel.
LORTON 10A - The Wheatsheaf Inn
The Wheatsheaf Inn, Low Lorton in the Lake District National Park, Cumbria.
LORTON 19A - Park Cottages
The attractive, early 19th century Park Cottages at Lorton in the Lake District, Cumbria.
WHINLATTER 01A - Bassenthwaite Lake from Whinlatter Pass
A view over Thornthwaite to Bassenthwaite Lake from Whinlatter Pass in the Lake District, Cumbria.
LORTON 15A - Spout Force
Spout Force in Darling How Plantation at Lorton on the edge of the Whinlatter Forest Park, Cumbria. This 13 metre waterfall is viewed from a platform.
LORTON 16A - Aiken Beck
Aiken Beck below Spout Force at the edge of Whinlatter Forest Park in the Lake District, Cumbria.