Kirkby Stephen, Cumbria, England
Looking across Frank's Bridge towards the town. The stones on which coffins could be rested can be seen at this end of the bridge.
The Cloisters, dating from 1810, leads into the churchyard and is seen here from the Market Place. It was built as a shelter from the weather and for a butter market.
An old signpost which even gives fractions of a mile in furlongs. You won't see many of those these days. There are 8 furlongs to the mile which makes one furlong equal to 220 yards.
Some impressive rapids on the River Eden on the southern outskirts of Kirkby Stephen. There is an old railway track here which has been turned into a footpath and there is also a footbridge, the Stenkrith Millenium Bridge, over the river from which this photograph was taken.
Read our report of this trip to Ravenstonedale, Cumbria on the Blog.