This tree is said to be 1300 years old.
Ingleborough seen from Ribblehead, North Yorkshire, UK.
Summit of General Wade's road from Laggan to Fort Augustus, Highland.
Also known as the bridge over the Atlantic.
Easdale on the Isle of Seil, Argyll, Scotland.
This is where the River Wharfe is forced between the rocks and has tempted many in the past to try leap the gap with fatal results.
Duke of Gloucester northbound through Northallerton Station, North Yorkshire, UK.
This is Thruscross reservoir formed by the flooding of the Washburn valley in the mid sixties. It caused the village of West End to be demolished before the waters rose but it still can be seen during droughts when the level drops. It serves as compensation for the three other reservoirs further down the valley supplying Leeds with water.