Friday, 6 December 2013

The Toast of #Cumbria

Ladies and gentlemen, readers, writers, authors, photographers, and those not yet sure - I share with you the work of those with whom 'I was proud to serve'.....
The toast of Cumbria....

Carlisle City Police Badge

Sunset over Windermere
A wild pony on the Fells

The Eye in the Sky - 1980's

The R.N.L.I. responding at speed from Barrow In Furness

Sunset over the River Eden at Cargo

Lakeside, Newby Bridge

Great Mell Fell 2012

The Lakeland Fells 2012

Haweswater from Harter Fell

Derwentwater, near Keswick

Cumbria Constabulary Limited Edition


Ullswater Steamboat

R.N.L.I. Barrow in Furness

Cumbria Constabulary Night Helmet Badge

The Duke of Portland Boat House, Ullswater

Wasdale overshadowed by Scafell

Ullswater from Hallin Fell

Cumberland and Westmorland Cap Badge

'Remembering' in Derwentwater.

Pack Horse Bridge, Mardale (during the 1982 drought)

Herdwick grazing above Thirlmere

Policing Lake Windermere in the late 1980's

Rampside, Barrow in Furness

Rickerby Park, Carlisle

Scales Tarn, Helvellyn

Temple Sowerby

The Jetty, Pooley Bridge, Ullswater


Wet Sleddale, Shap 1980's

Cumbria Constabulary Cap Badge


With thanks to the following serving and retired officers of Cumbria Constabulary:
Ray Gregory, John Falvey, Bob Little, Mark Littlejohn, Craig Barras, Dominic McConnon, Rick Bewick, Iain Parsons, Tom Owen, Leigh Towlson, Dave Hook, Gillian Easterbrook, Ian McCrone and Steve Sharpe

And with particular thanks to Mark Littlejohn of
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and Ian McCrone of