Hunstanworth viewed across the fields. A Red kite flew overhead here.
Old buildings near Hunstanworth.
Stanhope Level Crossing was getting some TLC when I passed. I think this is operated by the Weardale Railway Trust.
I find it a really nice structure - so different to modern level crossings.
It looked as though many brambles and other creepers had been cut away.
An old quarry on Stanhope Moor. I guess it was used for building stone - but that is a guess!
I find the contrast from Moor tops to Valleys amazing. I think that man has intervened to "improve" the soil by drainage and fertiliser.
Another contrast between tops & valleys.
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