Julia Ross

Here are some of the places in England that helped inspire scenes in The Wyldshay Trilogy:

Dorset . Lyme . Bluebells . Devon . Farms . Dartmoor . Derbyshire . Houses . Bath . Countryside . Lake


 Dorset: The South Coast


Ryder's road home to Wyldshay?



Collapsing cliffs and (below) a fishing village



Lyme Regis, the Cobb, and Fossils on the Seafront








Bluebell Woods






Devonshire - Village, Coast, and Wild Beaches


Thatched cottages - and (below) lush woodlands



The daisy path - and (below) the wild beach



A fisherman's inn - and (below) Devonshire coves


 The smugglers' track



Historic Farmyards



Remains of stone haystack platforms in the rick yard



Let sleeping piglets lie?




The misty wilds of Dartmoor








Into the Derbyshire hills

A ruined medieval keep near the path

Quarry Bank Georgian Cotton Mill



Across the lonely Peaks

Chatsworth - inspiration for Wrendale?

The Apprentice House





Saltram near Plymouth

Glasshouses at Chatsworth




Montacute House in Somerset

Buckland Abbey in Devon

Regency Wallpaper


Georgian Bath








Through the countryside near Bath




Packhorse Bridge





Tumuli (Round Barrows) in the distance



 The Ornamental Lake








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