Converted Public House in Greenhow This used to be the Miners' Arms in Greenhow Village, which is sadly one of the many recent casualties of pub closures. It has been converted into cottages.
Teesdale Way between Gainford and Snow Hall The long distance footpath crosses a series of pastures beside the river.
|Title||River Tees at "The Meeting of the Waters" Taken from the point where the River Greta adds its considerable flow to the Tees - this looking upstream just before the Tees has benifitted from the extra fluids.|
|Photo's author||Chris Heaton User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||03 Nov 2009 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
|Retrieved from source on||29 Feb 2012 09:42:26 (UTC)|
River Tees at "The Meeting of the Waters"
River Tees at "The Meeting of the Waters" Taken from the point where the River Greta adds its considerable flow to the Tees - this looking upstream just before the Tees has benifitted from the extra f…
River Tees Looking downstream.
"The Meeting of the Waters" Where the River Greta joins the River Tees
"The Meeting of the Waters"
River Greta Slack water just before the tumbled rocks at the Meeting of the Waters.
River Greta, Rokeby. The Greta tumbles down over limestone blocks on its way to join the Tees at 'the meeting of the waters', a spot once painted by Turner.
The end of the Greta Although many canoeists get off the River Greta at Greta Bridge, the full trip follows the river down to the Meeting of the Waters and on down the River Tees. The sting in the tai…
The end of the Greta
Access Lane by Tees View
Access Lane by Tees View Approaching a dwelling called Tees View. The access road continues on to cross the River Greta and climbs to Mortham Tower.
Dairy Bridge: River Greta. The River Greta joins the River Tees here (Meeting of the Waters) and creates an optical illusion, of the water flowing uphill.
The sting in the tail of the Tees Greta
Farm track above path near River Tees
Rokeby Hall, near Barnard Castle. The "Rokeby Venus", the famous nude by Velazquez, was so-called because it hung in Rokeby Hall until acquired by the National Gallery in 1906.
Copse at East Shaws A rather sickly looking stand mostly of Scots Pine provides very little shelter for these sheep.
Copse at East Shaws
Durham, North East England, England, United Kingdom osm