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Wast Water

(wŏst), lake, 3 mi (4.8 km) long and 1-2 mi (.8 km) wide, in the Lake District, NW England, SW of Keswick. It is the deepest lake in England (maximum depth 258 ft/79 m). The ravine of Wastdale Head is nearby.

Wast Water

a lake in NW England, in Cumbria in the Lake District. Length: 5 km (3 miles)
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com/liar 2 Britain's Favourite View Britain's official favourite view is of Wastwater in the Wasdale Valley chosen by thousands of viewers in an ITV programme.
She moved with the family between Nunsmere and their other homes in Sloane Street, London, and Irton Hall at Wastwater, Cumbria.
It owes its rugged landscape to massive glaciers that melted thousands of years ago, carving out huge valleys in the process and leaving behind a series of lakes - including Wastwater, the deepest at 74 metres.
The captions beneath the sketches, which indicate in a short phrase the scene represented (as in the Lakeland narrative's "Morning Mist on Wastwater," "Going to church in the rain, Wasdale Head," or "Horse in Buttermere"), function as triggers of blends the reader is invited to launch between English landscapes and Chinese painting techniques.
After time for lunch we embark on the famous steam railway journey through Eskdale, and onwards to Wasdale and England's deepest lake, Wastwater.
Clive Anderson waxes lyrical about Hadrian's Wall; Meera Syal soaks up the view from Waterloo Bridge; Corrie's Sally Whittaker visits the Lake District's Wastwater, and Charles Kennedy revels in Loch Coruisk in the Isle of Skye.
Anderson said she wants to see through a planned wastwater system, sidewalk and drainage improvements.
Artist Sally Barker is putting the finishing touches to Roast Lamb Over Wastwater, recreating one of the most famous Lakeland scenes using Herdwick lamb sourced from the valley.
the Water Environment Federation (Interim Voluntary Security Guidance for Wastwater Utilities) and American Society of Civil Engineers (Interim Voluntary Guidelines for Designing an Online Contaminant Monitoring System).
Standard methods for the examination of water and wastwater.