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SE6051 :: Flooding on Skeldergate

Taken 1 year ago by DS Pugh near York/SE5951, York, England

Flooding on Skeldergate by DS Pugh
Flooding on Skeldergate

With a temporary bridge giving access to residences.
River Ouse (Yorkshire)
The River Ouse is formed by the junction of the River Ure and River Swale. The river flows south through York to its junction with the River Trent, where it becomes the Humber. Total length of the river is 52 miles (100 miles for the combined Ouse/Ure). The Ouse's tributaries (which includes the Derwent, Aire, Don, Wharfe, Rother, Nidd, Swale, Ure, and Foss) drains a large upland area of Northern England, including much of the Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors. Wikipedia: LinkExternal link
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Subject Grid Square SE6051
Subject Lat/Long 53.954741,-1.083042 (click to view more nearby images)
Near York/SE5951, York, England
Photographer DS Pugh
Taken 20210121 202101 2021 (about 1 year ago)
Submitted 2021-01-22
Snippet River Ouse (Yorkshire) ·
Context City, Town centre ·
Subject flood ·

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