Site design, layout and configuration by Peter Burgess. Graphics and drawings contributed especially for the site by Peter Burgess.
'A Map Made to Inspire' and 'Paul and Peter Burgess' photographs taken by James Hoye on Fairfield summit.
Technical expertise given by James Hoye - with thanks.
With thanks to Mark Richards
, Lakeland author and illustrator, for his support and encouragement with regards to Tubular Fells. The name 'Tubular Fells' was his inspiration after my muted and failed attempts at finding a title. Mark has also supplied his downloadable PDFs which have been supplied free of charge in the Transport for Lakeland
section of the website. Take some time out to access Mark's website at www.markrichards.info
Special thanks go to James Archer and Neil Winder of the National Trust and 'Fix the Fells'.
Special thanks to Rory Syme of the John Muir Trust for help with the information on this unique charity.
Snowmotion was named by author and broadcaster Eric Robson and additional Welsh language support from Lestyn Roberts. With thanks to them both. For the first time social media played a part in the production of Snowmotion and I thank all those who encouraged me and gave guidance via Twitter and Facebook.
'Fix the Fells' video used here with permission. Originally created by David Browne for Fix the Fells http://www.dpbimages.co.uk
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'Tubular Fells' has been produced in the memory of Harry Beck, the great draughtsman of London Underground; Alfred Wainwright, fellow Blackburnian of high repute, my father, Brian Burgess
who sadly passed away in 2010 but who thankfully saw Tubular Fells in print.
MunrOverground has been produced in memory of my late grandfather, Mitchell Wylie, who taught me much about Scotland and what it means to be British.