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Nibthwaite is a village in the South Lakeland District in the county of Cumbria in the northwest of England, near the Scottish border It is in the civil parish of Colton, Cumbria, and on the east side of Coniston Water
There was a furnace and forge at Nibthwaite from 1751 to 1840, later c1850 replaced by a bobbin mill, see Harrison Ainslie
The family of the author Arthur Ransome regularly holidayed at Nibthwaite when he was a child, and he incorporated local places and customs into the five of his Swallows and Amazons series of children's books which were set in the Lake District, around a lake based on both Coniston Water and Windermere
- Listed buildings in Colton, Cumbria
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- ^ The Autobiography of Arthur Ransome, edited by Rupert Hart-Davis, pp1-4 Jonathan Cape, 1976
- ^ The Life of Arthur Ransome, by Hugh Brogan, pp1-4 Jonathan Cape, 1984
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