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HA07157_Rosedale_Hill_Climb.jpg
HA07157 Hill Climb, Chimney Bank, Rosedale420 views
HA05561_Beadlam_Roman_Villa_Excavation_.jpg
HA05561 Beadlam Roman Villa Excavation 419 viewsExcavation took place between 1966 and 1978
HA07989_Bus_on_Newgate_Bank_in_the_snow.jpg
HA07989 Bus on Newgate Bank in the snow417 views
HA02622_Beadlam_Roman_Villa.jpg
HA02622 Beadlam Roman Villa415 viewsExcavation took place between 1966 and 1978
HA07046_Pockley.jpg
HA07046 Pockley409 views
HA02658_Post_Office_Nawton.jpg
HA02658 Post Office, Nawton404 viewsClick here for Google StreetView...
Note that the houses on the left have all been demolished to make way for the A170...
HA05087_Harome_church.jpg
HA05087 St Saviour's church, Harome403 viewsFrom book "Views of Helmsley", published by Mrs Cooper
HA02667_Kirkdale_Church.jpg
HA02667 St Gregory's Minster, Kirkdale401 views
HA02623_Beadlam_Roman_Villa.jpg
HA02623 Beadlam Roman Villa399 viewsExcavation took place between 1966 and 1978
HA07774_Unknown_location_or_individuals.jpg
HA07774 Old car, and horse and cart399 viewsLikely to be Harry King, Cabinet Maker, Kirkbymoorside - who also used to have buildings on the Market Place
The buildings on the right are still standing on Tinley Garth, and are back entrances to gardens on West End
The building on the left has gone
1911 Census: Harry King, age 46 (single), living with father William King (retired postman) and mother Ann on West End
HA07983_Nawton_Towers.jpg
HA07983 Nawton Towers397 views
HA02634_Shipstone_with_latin_inscription_Tripsdale.jpg
HA02634 Ship Stone with Latin inscription, Tripsdale394 viewsGrid Reference: SE582986 - "DEI PLENA SUNT OMNIA - IONANNES CERVUS, BILSVALLENSIS - ANNO MDCCCXLIX"
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