Britain in Pictures

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Welcome to Britain in Pictures

Photo Locations Guide of The British Isles

Britain in Pictures is a website that showcases the beautiful and diverse landscapes, cultures, and heritage of the United Kingdom. It features photographs and videos of popular tourist destinations, landmarks, natural beauty, and local events. The website also provides information on the history and culture of each location, as well as travel tips and recommendations for visitors. It is a great resource for those looking to learn more about Britain or plan a trip to the country. 



An Early Morning start to visit this wonderful location, With the right conditions you can get the mist floating up the valley

Winnats Pass is a limestone ravine located in the Peak District of Derbyshire, England. It is situated near the village of Castleton, and is a popular tourist destination due to its scenic beauty. The pass is named after the Winnats, a narrow cleft in the rock that forms the main part of the ravine. The pass is located on the route of the Limestone Way, a long-distance footpath that runs from Castleton to Matlock. The area around Winnats Pass is also popular with climbers, who come to scale the steep cliffs that line the ravine. 


The Denthead Viaduct is a historic railway bridge located in Cumbria, England. It was built in 1875 by the Midland Railway Company and spans the Dentdale valley. The viaduct is made up of 10 arches and is constructed of sandstone. It is a Grade II listed structure and is still in use today as part of the Settle-Carlisle Railway. 

Eilean Donan Castle

Eilean Donan Castle is a picturesque 13th-century castle located in the Scottish Highlands. It is situated on a small island in Loch Duich, near the village of Dornie in the Wester Ross area of the Highlands.

The castle was originally built in the 13th century as a defense against Viking raids, but it was destroyed in the 17th century during a battle between the Spanish and the English. It was left in ruins for over two centuries before it was restored in the early 20th century by Lieutenant Colonel John MacRae-Gilstrap.

Today, Eilean Donan Castle is a popular tourist attraction and a symbol of Scottish heritage. It has been featured in several films and television shows, including the James Bond film "The World is Not Enough" and the television series "Highlander".

Ribblehead Viaduct

The Ribblehead Viaduct was built in the late 1800s as part of the Settle-Carlisle Railway line in northern England. The construction of the viaduct was a challenging and costly endeavor, as it was built in a remote and rugged area of the Yorkshire Dales. The project employed thousands of workers, many of whom lived in temporary camps near the construction site.

Despite difficult working conditions and several setbacks, including a devastating storm that damaged the viaduct's foundation, the Ribblehead Viaduct was completed in 1875. It spans over 400 meters across the Ribble Valley, with 24 arches that rise to a height of over 100 feet.