I find the name of the hamlet, Haverbrack. interesting but wonder how it gets its name. One idea is that it is from the Old English:- hafri - which is a ridge of land sown with oats and brack - a piece of ground broken up for cultivation. (Place names starting with Haver are common around here).
Perhaps this is the ridge once sown with oats as we look over the river towards Farleton Fell
An entry to ABC Wednesday, a journey through the alphabet, this week sojourning at H here