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SE1962 :: The weir at Summerbridge

Taken 7 years ago by Gordon Hatton near New York/SE1962, North Yorkshire, England

The weir at Summerbridge by Gordon Hatton
The weir at Summerbridge

There has been a weir at this point on the River Nidd since 1766, originally to provide power for the corn mill which stood on the site of the present sawmills and timber yard.
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Subject Grid Square SE1962
Subject Lat/Long 54.058339,-1.697617 (click to view more nearby images)
Near New York/SE1962, North Yorkshire, England
Photographer Gordon Hatton
Taken 20120415 201204 2012 (about 7 years ago)
Submitted 2012-04-15
Context Lowlands · Rivers, Streams, Drainage · Village, Rural settlement ·
Group Weir at Summerbridge · Corn Mill · Weir · River Nidd ·
Term corn mill · river nidd · sawmills · timber yard · weir ·

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