Ashopton Viaduct Ladybower Reservoir

Ashopton Viaduct at sunrise on a magical April morning.

Ladybower Reservoir is the lowest of three reservoirs in the Upper Derwent Valley in the Derbyshire Peak District National Park. The Viaduct takes its name from Ashopton, which was a small village in Derbyshire in the early 1940s. The village along with neighbouring Derwent was submerged to create Ladybower Reservoir as we know it now.

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Ashopton viaduct reflected in Ladybower Reservoir at sunrise - Peak District Landscape Photography


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