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1988-09 Yorkshire and Lancashire Holiday


Trawler entering Whitby Harbour. As everyone knows Dracula is buried in the churchyard behind where I took this picture from. Also interesting is the pulpit in the church which is a triple decker. For services the Parish Clerk sits in the bottom-deck, the priest takes the service using the middle-deck, the sermon is given from the preaching box at the top.

Robin Hoods Bay when the tide is out.

Looking down on Robin Hoods Bay when the tide is out.

Fylingdales early warning radar golf balls in the North Yorkshire Moors.

Fylingdales early warning radar golf balls in the North Yorkshire Moors.

The Settle to Carlisle Railway's Ribblehead Viaduct in the Yorkshire Dales.

The Settle to Carlisle Railway's Ribblehead Viaduct in the Yorkshire Dales.



Waterfall near Ingleton.

The river feeding the waterfall in the previous picture.

Further still up the same river.

Looking down the valley above Ingleton.

Ribblehead Viaduct.

Another viaduct close to Ribblehead on the Settle to Carlisle railway.

A real chocolate box village.

The stone commemorates Alan Sedgewick

The stone commemorates Alan Sedgewick. I wish I could remember the name of the village!

Malham Cove. This was once the site of a huge waterfall. Beautiful!

Another shot of the Cove. A climber fell to his death here on the same day I took this photo.

Malham Tarn up above the Cove.

Close up of the water flowing out of the tarn, which then goes across the road and dissappears into a soak. I believe the water then re-appears at the base of the cliff in Malham Cove.

The house overlooking Malham Tarn. What a place to live!

Another shot of the water leaving the tarn,

In the days that Malham was a waterfall this was the path the water took before it's descent over the cliff to the Cove below.

A tributary to the main channel just before the waterfall.

Another shot looking down the course the water took to the waterfall.

It chucked it down with rain so I went across country to take this shot at Aysgarth Falls.

Another shot of Aysgarth Falls.

Automated grass cutter in the church yard at Aysgarth.

Another shot of the falls. There is an artificial barrier across this fall so the water could be directed to the mill alongside. There were two mills in the vicinity until the mid 20th century. One cotton/flour mill and the other generating electricity.

Castle Bolton.

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