This place originally belonged to my Grandparents sometime either side of World War2, and looking at both my bank balance and that of my Dad's shop, I wish they'd kept it.
It has since developped into what's there today........ it's located on the banks of the Yorkshire River Esk, and features a Cafe, putting green & garden centre.
Open from Easter until October.
Basically just a metal bridge going over the Yorkshire River Esk, linking the side where the Railway Station is located with the "The Carrs" (B1410) while avoiding the busy main Road bridge slightly up river which takes the A169 over the River Esk.
This is a look then walk past activity, rather than a pop-in and look round since as far as I know the church is usually locked.
Don't know too much about the place other than it was apparently opened in 1905, is ex. Wesleyan... now Methodist....... venue for my Grandad's funeral in 1998, and my Mum's funeral in 2003.
One of the Steepest hills in the area, leading in and out of the village onto the Moors Road as part of the A169, the worst of it bottoming out nr "The Plough Inn" & the local Garage on "Coach Road" + the Junction with "Eskdaleside".
Being steep as it is, it has a bit of a reputation among locals as being a rather popular place for larger vehicles such as lorries/wagons/HGV's to have an accident.
Nearest postcode = YO22 5EN
Grid ref: NZ865065
Lat: 54:26:47N (54.4463) Lon: 0:40:03W (-0.6676)