Lowgill viaduct in the mist

The Lowgill Viaduct fading in to the wet mist. It’s near the Crook of Lune and the Howgill Fells in Cumbria, familiar to hikers of the Dales Way, rail passengers on the West Coast Main Line as to road users of the M6 just before Shap Summit between Lancaster and Penrith. The Lancaster and Carlisle Railway brought railway service to Sedbergh as long ago as 1861 but the last train ran in 1964 and the railway was dismantled; the graceful red stone arches are now only used by sheep