Colourfull Rural Landscape taken from the top of the Moor above the village of Grosmont in the North Yorkshire Moors National Park
Looked over the stone wall high above the Village of Grosmont in the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, I saw this magnificent Bull Highland Cattle giving me the 'evil' eye
The Sun and Clouds clash to dominate the Sky dispersing the Suns Rays over the North Yorkshire Moors north of Pickering
Travelling on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway through the North Yorkshire Moors National Park to Goathland where they filmed the Heartbeat Television Series we climb up the track to pass Goathland Summit before decending into Goathland.
Spanning the River Nidd Knaresborough's Viaduct is one of iconic structures of this scenic and historic riverside town, the home of the world famouse Mother Shipton's Caves, on this winter's day we have the sun out creating an array of reflections of the River Nidd.
THe Northern Rail Service from Leeds approaches Knaresborough Railway Station over the River Nidd on a Viaduct which gives the Passengers an aerial view of the river and town
The Westerly End of the Scarborough Mere of the upper lake has a Bridge with a pathway for people to take a shorter route the old service boat is moored under the Bridge, the heavly wooded areaof Olivers Mount makes up the background
Thornton-le-Dale (also called Thornton Dale) is a village and civil parish in the Ryedale district of North Yorkshire, England, about three miles east of Pickering on the edge of the North York Moors National Park. A thatched cottage in the village has appeared on countless calendars and chocolate boxes over the years.
Bathed in Sunshine Locomotive 5428 Ex LMS Black Five 4MT Eric Treacy passes over the Railway Bridge at Crossgates, North Yorkshire Moors with the 09:30 Hrs. North Yorkshire Moors Service from Pickering to Whitby
The Church of Saint Mary is an Anglican parish church serving the town of Whitby in North Yorkshire England It was founded around AD 1110, although its interior dates chiefly from the late 1700s. The church was designated a Grade I listed building on 23 February 1954. It is situated on the town's east cliff, overlooking the mouth of the River Esk overlooking the town, close to the ruins of Whitby Abbey. Church Steps, a flight of 199 steps lead up the hill to the church from the streets below. The church graveyard is used as a setting in Bram Stoker's novel, Dracula.