It`s even got a Starbucks
I get the impression that despite being in the middle of Hadrians wall, the Scottish borders and the lake district very few people actually go there:lol:Nice thread, fine pictures! We slept there one night last year, on our way from Hadrian's Wall to the Sxcottisch Highlands. Unfortunately we didn't have time to visit the city itself. Stll had a long ride to Fort William.
So thank you for the pictures.
cool, had many a big night in there. always a great town to visit for a gig, although i never managed a daytime photographic visit! nice shots, some of them took me right back!Apparently it is.
Thanks for stopping by. I'm not really sure how much how much of a big deal the U of Cumbria is, I might go and check it out one lunchtime.Having a university always adds life to a place.
Not too far from Newcastle and Northumberland either; another region with a borders type feel.
Well, there's so much stunning beauty, fantastic historical monumentes and great cities in that part of the UK, that visitors easy skip the little ones.I get the impression that despite being in the middle of Hadrians wall, the Scottish borders and the lake district very few people actually go there:lol: