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"Looking towards Kilnsey Crag from Road B6160, Kilnsey, Upper Wharfedale. Showing Sign to Kilnsey Park Estate." stock image

Looking towards Kilnsey Crag from Road B6160, Kilnsey, Upper Wharfedale. Showing Sign to Kilnsey Park Estate.

Looking towards Kilnsey Crag from Road B6160, Kilnsey, Upper Wharfedale. Showing Sign to Kilnsey Park Estate. Looking towards Kilnsey Crag from Road B6160, Kilnsey, Upper Wharfedale. Situated in the spectacular surroundings of Upper Wharfedale. The village of Kilnsey is a small collection of stone built Yorkshire Dales cottages, many dating back to the 1600s. The Old Hall in the village is believed to have been a medieval administrative site for the monks of Fountains Abbey who farmed huge flocks of sheep in the area. Most of the present building dates from 1648. The most notable feature of Kilnsey is a large limestone cliff called Kilnsey Crag. Photograph taken February 2014

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Looking towards Kilnsey Crag from Road B6160, Kilnsey, Upper Wharfedale. Showing Sign to Kilnsey Park Estate.

Looking towards Kilnsey Crag from Road B6160, Kilnsey, Upper Wharfedale. Showing Sign to Kilnsey Park Estate. Looking towards Kilnsey Crag from Road B6160, Kilnsey, Upper Wharfedale. Situated in the spectacular surroundings of Upper Wharfedale. The village of Kilnsey is a small collection of stone built Yorkshire Dales cottages, many dating back to the 1600s. The Old Hall in the village is believed to have been a medieval administrative site for the monks of Fountains Abbey who farmed huge flocks of sheep in the area. Most of the present building dates from 1648. The most notable feature of Kilnsey is a large limestone cliff called Kilnsey Crag. Photograph taken February 2014

Image dimensions: 5184 x 3456 pixels

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