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Yorkshire Painted And Described

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Yorkshire Painted And Described
The Ancient Stone-Built Town Of Pickering Is To A Great Extent The
Gateway To The Moors Of North-Eastern Yorkshire, For It Stands At The
Foot Of That Formerly Inaccessible Gorge Known As Newton Dale, And Is
The Meeting-Place Of The Four Great Roads Running North, South, East,
And West, As Well As Of Railways Going In The Same Directions. And This
View Of The Little Town Is By No Means Original, For The Strategic
Importance Of The Position Was Recognised At Least As Long Ago As The
Days Of The Early Edwards, When The Castle Was Built To Command The
Approach To Newton Dale And To Be A Menace To The Whole Of The Vale Of
Pickering.

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