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"Hundred Year Stone" and the Cat Bells ridge
A view of the National Trust "Hundred Year Stone" (Peter Randall-Page, 1995, Andesite), with the western shore of Derwent Water in the background, with Cat Bells and Maiden Moor prominent. In the far distance can be seen Great End and Scafell Pike, with Castle Crag beneath them.
Image © Ian Capper
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