The top station of the famous Cliff Tramway at Saltburn-by-the-Sea in Redcar and Cleveland, North Yorkshire, England. The now renowned water balanced Cliff Lift, which it is also known by, is one of the oldest in the world. It was opened in 1870 and provides transport between the town and the pier. A tramcar is waiting at the top station and on the right, a workman is pictured carrying out repairs to the promenade railings.
A Fire and Rescue Service appliance, on an emergency call at Salburn-by-the-Sea in Redcar and Cleveland, North Yorkshire, England. The Water Tender Ladder of the Cleveland Fire Brigade was pictured as it sped along the Saltburn seafront.
A view across the Headstone Viaduct at Monsal Head, Derbyshire, England. This scene of the Monsal Trail, shows walkers and cyclists, many have stopped to admire the magnificent views of Monsal Dale. The viaduct, which once provided a vital link across the valley for the Midland Railway, is now one of the main attractions along the trail.
Cressbrook Tunnel on the Monsal Trail, near to Cressbrook in Derbyshire, England. This view at the southern end of Cresbrook Tunnel, shows a group of walkers emerging from the darkness and a family of cyclists about to enter the tunnel. On the route of the former Midland Railway, this and some of the other tunnels on the Monsal Trail, were reopened to the public in the summer of 2011.
The Headstone Viaduct on the Monsal Trail at Monsal Head in Derbyshire, England. This view looking towards the northern end of the Headstone tunnel, is shown busy with cyclists and walkers. The viaduct which was once part of the Midland Railway, spans the valley of Monsal Dale and the River Wye.
An unmanned railway crossing in the countryside near to the village of Hope in Derbyshire, England. This view looking west, shows where the public footpath across the Hope Valley towards Castleton, crosses a railway branch line to a cement works.
The Sentinel DG6 Elizabeth steam bus, is the only three-axle steam bus in the world to be in passenger service. The steam bus carries tourists around the town and along by the harbour at Whitby in North Yorkshire, England.
A view of cable cars crossing high above the limestone gorge, at Matlock Bath in Derbyshire, England. The cable cars carry passengers to and from the hilltop park called the Heights of Abraham, which is located on top of Masson Hill.
The train is just arriving at the tiny station of Matlock Bath in Derbyshire, England.
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