(PHOTO ; Rex) Britain's most beautiful drives: Northern England The drive from Penrith to Haydon Bridge has been named by the AA as one of the best drives in the world, and anyone who has done this will know why. From Penrith, take the A686 and climb to Membery, stopping at the Hartside Top Cafe to admire the view – on a clear day you can see as far as the Solway Firth in Scotland. Continue on to Alston (the highest market town in England) and then over the spectacular Pennines...
Morland is a gem of a Cumbrian village, the village is situated in pleasant surroundings, midway between Appleby and Penrith, in the beautiful Eden Valley.
Penrith Castle – The residence of a future king
International Regatta Centre, Penrith, N.S.W Australia.
Waterside House Camp Site, Pooley Bridge, Penrith, Cumbria, England
St Stephens Anglican Church ~ Penrith Australia The foundation stone of St Stephens Anglican Church was laid in 1837 with the first service held in the courthouse. St Stephens is the 14th oldest church still in use in Australia and is of gothic design. The trig location of Penrith is taken from the north west corner of the church tower. The historic cemetery behind the church is open at all times. For more information: www.penrithanglican.org
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