There is not much to distinguish it from other phone boxes at first glance but closer examination will reveal it was set there by BT to mark the centre of Great Britain. Walk back towards the bridge and turn right onto a tarmac track just past Puddleducks Café. Follow this as it leads across fields to reach a row of cottages.
Keep ahead on a path leading into woods and then cross the river by a wooden footbridge.
Turn left. After 200yds turn right before farm buildings and cross pasture. In 500yds you will reach the Trough of Bowland Road.
Turn right. In 800yds turn left to cross a bridge over Langden Brook and towards Hareden.
After 50yds turn right over a stile,
cross a footbridge and bear right across a pasture to the far side. Cross a stile at a wall end and then on a riverside path
follow Langden Brook on the right for ¾ of a mile. As the river bends left into Langden Valley cross a wide footbridge
to reach a plantation of pine trees. On the main track turn right to return to the road. Turn left and continue along the road in the direction of Lancaster. After passing through the farmstead of Sykes
turn right onto a bridleway approximately 700yds from the farm.
The track is less easy to follow from this point but continues to climb towards a wall.
Keep ahead after a gate and then bear left as you approach a fence. With the fence on your right keep on the path to arrive at the junction of fences.
The gate leads down to Ouster Rake and Brennand. ( For those readers wishing to bag the summit of Whin Fell turn left to follow the ridge fence across to the trig point indicating the highest point of Whin Fell. At length you reach an access gate on the right which will allow you to reach the trig point which is 476m above sea level. Add 1 mile and 30 minutes to the time and distance given above.) The path drops steeply at first
to arrive at the pasture behind Brennand Farm.
Follow way marks leading to the left on the farm complex. Once past the farm house turn right on its main drive.
After another 1 ½ miles make a decision - to cross the footbridge on the left to return to the path you started or to continue on the service road. Both lead to Dunsop Bridge.