YOUNG HIKERS IN YORKSHIRE: THE WORK OF THE YOUTH HOSTEL ASSOCIATION IN WARTIME, MALHAM, YORKSHIRE, ENGLAND, UK, 1944
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A group of youth hostellers pause for lunch at the picturesque Gordale Bridge, a well-known beauty spot on the road over the moors from Malhamdale to Wharfedale. The boys are spending the weekend at the Youth Hostel in Malham, and are enjoying a day's walking in the Yorkshire countryside. Gordale Bridge is east of Malham and crosses Gordale Beck.