National Geographic : 1929 May
LAKELAND, HOME OF ENGLAND'S NATURE POETS HIKERS PAUSE TO REST ON SKELWITH BRIDGE The boundary between Westmorland and Lancashire is indicated by the arrow on the bridge, which spans the lovely Brathay River. Close at hand is Skelwith Force, a waterfall with con siderable volume after a heavy rain. (c National geographic Society Autochromes by Clifton Adams THEY HARK TO THE CALL OF THE OPEN ROAD The Boy Scout movement had its genesis in Great Britain. These English scouts, on a hike through the Lake country, have stopped for a rest near Ambleside.