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Bridge House is possibly the most photographed building in the Lake District, and a popular subject for many artists including Turner. A tiny building, originally an apple store for nearby Ambleside Hall, was built over Stock Beck to escape land tax. Once five mills were driven by the power of Stock Beck and some may still be seen nearby. It is said that at some time a family with six children lived here in the two rooms.
It must have been wall to wall beds!
Many thanks to Chelle for this item! She's just gotten a new camera & is currently experimenting with making juice glasses. So maybe I can get her to send me some photos & I'll make up a tutorial for you all....