We're near The Settle – Carlisle Railway in the Yorkshire Dales

photo looking over ribblehead viaduct towards ingleborough

The Settle–Carlisle line is a 73-mile-long railway line which crosses the remote, scenic regions of the Yorkshire Dales and the North Pennines. It runs between Settle Junction, on the Leeds to Morecambe line, and Carlisle, near the English-Scottish borders. The historic line was constructed in the 1870s and has several notable tunnels and viaducts such as the imposing Ribblehead, just up the Dale from Middle Studfold… read more at settle-carlisle.co.uk