Angle Tarn (Patterdale)
The tarn has a distinctive shape, resembling a fish hook. It contains two rocky islets and a small broken peninsula.
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- "Angle Tarn (Patterdale)". f22.org.uk. http://www.f22.org.uk/lakes/Angle_Tarn_Patterdale/index.htm. Retrieved 25 July 2012.
- Otley, Jonathan (1830). A concise description of the English lakes, and adjacent mountains: with general directions to tourists: notices of the botany, mineralogy, and geology of the district; observations on meteorolgy; the floating island in Derwent lake; and black-lead mine in Borrowdale. The author. p. 32. http://books.google.com/books?id=yHUuAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA32. Retrieved 25 July 2012.
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