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" Free At Last"

By stephenscott
Well for many of you who watch the news and read the papers you will of heard about the Lion Inn on north yorkshire moors which was cut off for 9 days due to heavy snow fall.

There was 6 members of staff and 2 memebers of public snowed in for 9 days as the 16th century inn was surrounding in a 20ft wall of snow.

The main road to the lion inn was 6-8 ft in places and it taken jcb diggers 9 days to reach the stranded inn.

Luckily the pub always has a large stock of food for when events like this happen. Speaken to one of the memebrs of staff they said " Its the ulimate lock inn,well it was at first i just want to go home now" playing mononply was about all they could do really and the game lasted to evenings.

The pub is fully open again now thanks to the North Yorkhire County Council for braveing sstrong winds and drifting snow.

You will see this picture in local papers and tonight it mite be on tyne tees as i did a interview with them yesterday evening.

The photo shows some of the memebrs of staff which were there for the 9 days.

Thans for all votes and coments on past uplaods

I will try catch up on everyone soon..

Regards

Steve..

Tags: North yorkshire Photo journalism Snow Winter General Blakey ridge Landscape and travel Nikon d40

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andylea 13 37 1 United Kingdom
8 Dec 2010 11:09AM
that really i the mother of all lock in's steve brilliant colour and light and it really looks cold nice one Wink
andy
barbarahirst 13 27 12 United Kingdom
8 Dec 2010 11:50AM
cool !!!
LynneJoyce Plus
13 22 101 United Kingdom
8 Dec 2010 11:58AM
Cracking photo, excellent story.
Lillian Plus
12 23 17 United Kingdom
8 Dec 2010 2:41PM
Well Steve, if you have to be locked in anywhere, this would be the place..great write up and even better photo
Lillian
TrevBatWCC Plus
13 13 19 England
8 Dec 2010 3:59PM
Excellent capture, Steve, really shows how bad it was.
What an ordeal, being stranded in a lovely 16th century inn!
TrevB Smile
cheesey 16 2 United Kingdom
8 Dec 2010 5:38PM
Cracking shot Steve, nicely captured.
Cheesey.
8 Dec 2010 8:02PM
Yes, I read about it in the paper. Great picture Steve, will be talked about in years to come.

Ruth
Dave_Holdham 13 4 1 Wales
12 Dec 2010 2:33PM
Great shot and interesting write up.
metro074 12 8 Australia
12 Dec 2010 9:37PM
A superb image. The detail and clarity is awesome. A lovely composition. Well done
Carol
DaveMead 12 23 14 United Kingdom
12 Dec 2010 10:03PM
Great shot Scotty and well done for making some money out of this 'publicity shot'. Grin I'm really doing badly at getting out at the moment, can't make Monday but hopefully later in the week.
Dave
phil99 15 45 6 United Kingdom
14 Dec 2010 10:09AM
This is brilliant Steve . What a historical record to have to show this in the future .What a great shot also to be shown on the News programmes . Well done indeed ...Phil
20 Dec 2010 11:47PM
Great, clean, crisp image - really conveys the "feel" of the scene. - Rob

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