9 alien landscapes of England, which would perfectly fit into the universe "Star Trek"

• 9 alien landscapes of England, which would perfectly fit into the universe "Star Trek"

National Park Peak District in England is famous for its beautiful nature and spectacular scenery. To mark the 50th anniversary of the release on the screens of the first episode of the sci-fi series "Star Trek," the network of British budget hotel Premier Inn has introduced a selection of photos that English landscapes look very alien.

9 alien landscapes of England, which would perfectly fit into the universe

Vortex at Ladybower Reservoir looks like a portal to another world. During the construction of the reservoir, which lasted from 1935 to 1943, the village was flooded Derwent. In 1995, the reservoir became shallow, and the surface of the water seemed flooded buildings, including a school, a post office and a church.

9 alien landscapes of England, which would perfectly fit into the universe

This creepy photo was taken at the crash site B-29 bomber that crashed while landing in Bliklou in Derbyshire in 1948. On board the plane were 13 people, all of them were killed. The wreckage of the aircraft remain at the crash site to this day.

9 alien landscapes of England, which would perfectly fit into the universe

Peak Cavern - the deepest caves of England, formed by underground rivers.

9 alien landscapes of England, which would perfectly fit into the universe

The mountain ledge Kerbar is popular with climbers. In clear weather, with a view of the palace of Chatsworth House.

9 alien landscapes of England, which would perfectly fit into the universe

Cavern Poole's Cavern in Buxton - one of a number of interconnected caves dating back more than two million years. In the Bronze Age, these caves were inhabited by people, and in the time of the Roman conquest of Britain in their religious rites were performed.

9 alien landscapes of England, which would perfectly fit into the universe

Gravelitovy ledge Stanedzh Edge. millstones abandoned here date 19th and 20th centuries. In the fog in the background stretches moorland.

9 alien landscapes of England, which would perfectly fit into the universe

Such gravelitovye bizarre rocks, which for centuries formed under the influence of wind, rain and frost, can be found on the whole territory of the north of England.

9 alien landscapes of England, which would perfectly fit into the universe

The stalactites in the cave Treak Cliff Cavern in Castleton in Derbyshire vicinity, dating back 111,000 years. Red and orange colors gives stalactites iron ore.

9 alien landscapes of England, which would perfectly fit into the universe

The cast rays of sunset hill Mam Tor in the Valley Hope Valley in the Peak District National Park.

9 alien landscapes of England, which would perfectly fit into the universe

The actors of the series "Star Trek": William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, James Doohan, DeForest Kelley, Nichelle Nichols.