Often people would take the train at the end of the working week and head up to the Lake District by train. Often friends would meet on the train and get a taxi together to the hostel where everyone would be staying.
|Lunch at Wasdale and on the summit of Scawfell|
Written on the back of the photographs is Wasdale and Scawfell, both important in the history of English mountaineering. The small village of Wasdale lies within reach of several notable climbs: Scafell Pike, Sca Fell, Kirk Fell, Great Gable, and Pillar, all where many notable climbers cut their climbing teeth so to speak.