Three Shire Stone, Wrynose Pass, Lake District

Three Shire Stone, Wrynose Pass, Lake District

The old counties of Westmorland, Cumberland, and Lancashire met near the summit of the Wrynose Pass. Here, the 'Three Shires Stone' marks the point where the county boundaries converged.

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