Coniston Water, at one time in past centuries known as Thurston Water, is in the south of the Lake District. It is Lakeland’s third largest lake and has been the scene of many water speed record attempts, most famously the occasion of Donald Campbell’s fatal assault on the world water speed record in 1967. Coniston village is a popular centre for hill walkers, and is home to the excellent Ruskin Museum. Brantwood, John Ruskin’s house, is opposite the village on the other side of the water.
The following 1000-piece Ravensburger jigsaw below shows spectators watching Donald Campbell practising for a record attempt in Bluebird.
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