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These are the references for the North-West England Saunterings blog.

    Ainsworth, William Harrison (1849), The Lancashire Witches, Henry Colburn.
    Baddeley, M.J.B. (1880, 1922), The English Lake District, Ward, Lock & Co. [This guide was first published in 1880 and then re-published in 26 editions until 1978. The version I have is the 14th edition. The latest date mentioned in it is 1921, so I am assuming it to be published in 1922.]
    Bibby, Andrew (2011), Backbone of England: Life and Landscape on the Pennine Watershed, Francis Lincoln.
    Birkett, Bill (1994), Complete Lakeland Fells, Collins Willow.
    Cameron, Alistair (2016), Slate Mining in the Lake District: An Illustrated History, Amberley.
    Cockcroft, Barry (1975), The Dale that Died, J.M. Dent.
    Davies, Hunter (2016), Lakeland: A Personal Journey, Head of Zeus.
    Ford, William (1839), Description of Scenery in the Lake District, Charles Thurnham.
    Gee, Chris (2017), Walking in Pendle Witch Country and the West Pennine Moors, PiXZ Books.
    Greenhalgh, Malcolm (2009), Ribble, River and Valley: A Local and Natural History, Carnegie.
    Harding, Mike (1986), Walking the Dales, Michael Joseph.
    Hartley, Marie and Ingilby, Joan (1956), The Yorkshire Dales, J M Dent and Sons.
    Hayes, Gareth (2004), Odd Corners around the Howgills, Hayloft.
    Hill, Howard (1980), Freedom to Roam: The Struggle for Access to Britain’s Moors and Mountains, Moorland Publishing.
    Hinchliffe, Ernest (1994), A Guide to the Packhorse Bridges of England, Cicerone Press.
    Hindle, Brian Paul (1984), Roads and Trackways of the Lake District, Moorland Publishing.
    Johnson, David (2008), Ingleborough: Landscape and History, Carnegie Publishing.
    Kelsall, Dennis and Kelsall, Jan (2012), Lune Valley and Howgills: A Walking Guide, Cicerone.
    Lloyd, Karen (2016), The Gathering Tide: A Journey Around the Edgelands of Morecambe Bay, Saraband Press.
    Martineau, Harriet (1855), A Complete Guide to the English Lakes, Whittaker and Co.
    Muir, Richard (1991), The Dales of Yorkshire, Macmillan.
    Neill, Robert (1951), Mist over Pendle, Hutchinson.
    Nicholson, Norman (1963), Portrait of the Lakes, Robert Hale Ltd.
    Nicholson, Norman (1969), Greater Lakeland, Robert Hale Ltd.
    Otley, Jonathan (1823), Concise Description of the English Lakes.
    Palmer, William and Heaton Cooper, Alfred (1905), The English Lakes, Adam & Charles Black (text by Palmer; paintings by Heaton Cooper).
    Palmer, William (1930), The English Lakes: Their Topographical, Historical and Literary Landscapes, George G. Harrop & Co.
    Pitt, David, ed. (2010), A Pennine Journey: From Settle to Hadrian’s Wall in Wainwright’s Footsteps, Frances Lincoln.
    Rebanks, James (2015), The Shepherd’s Life: A Tale of the Lake District, Allen Lane.
    Self, John (2010), The Land of the Lune, Drakkar Press.
    Sellers, Gladys (1986), The Yorkshire Dales: a Walker’s Guide to the National Park, Cicerone.
    Sharp, Jack (1989), New Walks in the Yorkshire Dales, Robert Hale.
    Shaw, Helen and Stachulski, Andrew (2015), The Forest of Bowland, Merlin Unwin.
    Smith, Alan (2010), Lakeland Rocks: An Introductory Guide, Rigg Side Publications.
    Stansfield, Andy (2006), The Forest of Bowland and Pendle Hill, Halsgrove.
    Turnbull, Ronald (2009), Granite and Grit: A Walker’s Guide to the Geology of British Mountains, Francis Lincoln..
    Wainwright, Alfred (1955-66), A Pictorial Guide to the Lakeland Fells, Westmorland Gazette.
    Wainwright, Alfred (1970), Walks in Limestone Country, Westmorland Gazette.
    Wainwright, Alfred (1972), Walks on the Howgill Fells, Westmorland Gazette.
    Wainwright, Alfred (1974), The Outlying Fells of Lakeland, Westmorland Gazette.
    Wainwright, Martin, ed. (2005), A Lifetime of Mountains: the Best of A. Harry Griffin’s Country Diary, Aurum Press.
    West, Thomas (1778), A Guide to the Lakes.
    Wilson, Stephen (1992), Geology of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, Yorkshire Dales National Park Committee.

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Top photo: The western Howgills from Dillicar; Bottom photo: Blencathra from Great Mell Fell