The Border Between the 'Two Englands'. In Great Britain as in the US, two cultural sub-nations identify themselves (and the other) as North and South. There is a place used as shorthand for describing the divide, with the rougher, poorer North and wealthier, middle-to-upper-class South referring to each other as ‘on the other side of the Watford Gap’.
One up, one down - Ambleside, Cumbria, England. This is Bridge House which stands over Stock Beck in the middle of Ambleside. A 17th century survivor, it has had many practical uses over the decades, a counting house, a tea room, a weaving shop, a cobblers, a chair makers, and at one time a home for eight people! The mind boggles!