Saturday, 10 July 2010

Post Box #2 Crossbank (CA17 157)

A grey overcast day but the postbox stands out by the drystone wall and surrounded by white umbelliferae. This box stands at the end of a narrow country lane, there are scatterings of houses nearby but its closest neighbour is the The Fat Lamb pub. A great place to post your postcards, not only to have a drink at the pub but the postcards will make a nice metallic clunk as they fall to the bottom.

Crossbank is a hamlet in the Howgill Fells an area in northern England  in-between the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales.  GR NY739023

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1 comment:

Greyscale Territory said...

A very scenic place for a postbox! And there seems to be mist rolling in too! A sense of lonely beauty there! And I love it!

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