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4. Kirkby Stephen and a walk from Sedbergh to Brigflatts

Illustrates part of Walk 4 "Briggflats and Dent Foot" in Paul Hannon's "Walking Country - Howgill Fells"

The Parish Church at Kirkby Stephen ('the Cathedral of the Dales'), built on the site of an older Saxon church. Stained glass The Parish Church at Kirkby Stephen ('the Cathedral of the Dales'), built on the site of an older Saxon church - 'Loki' stone, an 8th-10th? century effigy to the pagan Norse god.

The Parish Church at Kirkby Stephen ('the Cathedral of the Dales'), built on the site of an older Saxon church -  a stained glass window and the 'Loki' stone, an 8th-10th? century effigy to the pagan Norse god.

 

The early Quaker meeting house (established in 1675) at Brigflatts near Sedbergh, just south of the main road, about 1 mile westwards down the A683 road towards Casterton and Kirkby Lonsdale. A most beguiling and peaceful spot for the tourist-walker-visitor etc. to make a reflective stop.

The early Quaker meeting house (established in 1675) at Brigflatts near Sedbergh, just south of the main road, about 1 mile westwards down the A683 road towards Casterton and Kirkby Lonsdale.

The early Quaker meeting house at Brigflatts near Sedbergh, Cumbria, Northern England  The early Quaker meeting house at Brigflatts near Sedbergh, Cumbria, Northern England

A most beguiling and peaceful spot for the tourist-walker-visitor etc. to make a reflective stop.

The early Quaker meeting house at Brigflatts near Sedbergh, Cumbria, Northern England

Unlike many 'religions' Quaker beliefs minimise doctrine and maximise humanitarian concerns.

 

A mighty iron bridge over the River Rawthey-Dee  which carried the now disused railway-line that once served Sedbergh. There is a lovely circular walk from Sedbergh including Brigflatts and the river bank.

A mighty iron bridge over the River Rawthey-Dee  which carried the now disused railway line that once served Sedbergh. There is a lovely circular walk from Sedbergh including Brigflatts and the River Rawthy bank.

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