First, one of the Malham Peregrines. These magnificent birds seem to thrive in the Malham area, about seven miles from us as the crow (or the peregrine) flies. Slightly Spitfire-like in shape and built for much the same purpose:
And a super panorama of Ribblehead taken by British Transport Police who had been alerted by a train driver of trespassers on the Ribblehead Viaduct. Those particular birds had flown by the time the BTP got there but the took this stunning picture from above the Ribblehead - Ingleton Road. The viaduct is centre right and the course of the line north is plain to see until it plunges into Blea Moor Tunnel under the foothills of Whernside.
Both pictures well worth enlarging