An autumnal morning.

Once the cloud had dissipated, the top of Park Nab opened up a full view of this interesting valley once flooded, dammed up by the Tees ice sheet.

The slight high ground on the valley floor to the left is a terminal moraine and the furthest extent of the glacier. Here marks the change from boulder clays of the Vale of Cleveland to the peaty soils of Kildale.

Kildale village is centre with the church further back.

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