Ancient woodlands have been around for many centuries – long enough to develop as ecosystems that are rich, complex, and irreplaceable.
The vast open spaces of moorlands can be interpreted in many ways. They can be cold, hostile and lonely and yet also colourful, beautiful and inspiring places.
The beautiful landscape which rings the southern fringes of Harrogate in North Yorkshire
Completed in 1848 to designs by George Hudson for the York and North Midland Railway company the Crimple Viaduct is a Grade II listed structure