Scout Green is a hamlet and small area of farm land near the village of Tebay in Cumbria, England. It is best known among railway enthusiasts as a location for trainspotting and photography on the West Coast Main Line between Penrith and Oxenholme, and has been a famous vantage point on the railway since its inception as the Lancaster and Carlisle Railway, since southbound trains can be captured accelerating downhill from Shap Fell. Wikipedia
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Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire
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