A lovely inviting red seat situated on the platform at Garsdale Railway Station – five miles to the west of Hawes in the Yorkshire Dales. It is one of the stations on the famous Settle-Carlisle line which takes in some amazing scenery including many viaducts.
The weather had changed that day from the very hot and sunny conditions we had during the first part of our holiday to rain, cold and low cloud but it was still a wonderful experience. I loved the wide open space and remoteness.
A lovely – and once again inviting – wooden bench overlooking the lush scenery and mist-topped hills in Wharfedale. We were winding our way towards the Peak District through the Southern Yorkshire Dales when we stopped here for a meal break. We couldn’t see very much for a lot of the drive as the hills were covered in thick low cloud but the river valleys were so beautiful. It is a very pretty place and one we would like to investigate further for a future visit.