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Yorkshire By Night

Chris  North | The Flying Scotsman.

The Flying Scotsman.

The flying Scotsman at Grossmont shunting yard.
Chris  North | Flying Scotsman, night.

Flying Scotsman, night.

The flying Scotsman be maintained at Grossmont shunting yard, Yorkshire.
Chris  North | Tree in erratic boulder.

Tree in erratic boulder.

Tree growing out of erratic boulder, North Yorkshire
Chris  North | Night Tree

Night Tree

Hawthorn tree at night.
Chris  North | Tree in limestone boulders.

Tree in limestone boulders.

Tree on limestone path, Ingleboro, North Yorkshire.
Chris  North | Cyclist, Cow and Calf Rocks, Ilkley.

Cyclist, Cow and Calf Rocks, Ilkley.

Cycle list poses for photograph at Cow and calf rocks, Ilkley.
Chris  North | Howorth shunting yard

Howorth shunting yard

Steam train that was shunting yard.
Chris  North | Henry Moore statue, Leeds.

Henry Moore statue, Leeds.

Henry Moore statue outside of Leeds Art Gallery.
Chris  North | Bulebell Woods

Bulebell Woods

Bolton Abbey Woods at Dusk.
Chris  North | Dusk over Staithes.

Dusk over Staithes.

Dusk over Staithes, Village, and Harbour
Chris  North | Keld Barn, Grimworth, Reservoir.

Keld Barn, Grimworth, Reservoir.

Twilight over Grimworth Reservoir
Chris  North | Lister's Mill, Bradford.

Lister's Mill, Bradford.

Lister's Mill was the largest silk factory in the world. It is located in the Manningham district of Bradford, West Yorkshire,
Chris  North | Five Rise Lock Bingley, West Yorkshire.

Five Rise Lock Bingley, West Yorkshire.

Bingley Five-Rise Locks is a staircase lock on the Leeds and Liverpool Canal at Bingley. As the name implies, a boat passing through the lock is lifted or lowered in five stages.
Chris  North | The Wool Exchange Building in Bradford.

The Wool Exchange Building in Bradford.

The Wool Exchange Building in Bradford, West Yorkshire, England is a grade I-listed building built as a wool-trading centre in the 19th century. The grandeur of its Gothic Revival architecture is symbolic of the wealth and importance that wool brought to Bradford.