Pictures from a couple of walks (ODL) in the North York Moors in July and August.
InglebyGreenhowRoad2

InglebyGreenhowIncline

A reminder of the industrial past of the area – the Ingleby Incline, used for transporting iron ore from the mid 19th C until 1929.

InglebyGreenhowDudleyArms

The Dudley Arms, Ingleby Greenhow [54 26 57 N, 1 6 17 W].   The incline and the pub feature in this account of a 1924 murder.

NYMHeather

Climbing out of the village of Chop Gate [54 23 21 N, 1 8 28 W] on to Cold Moor.

NYMHastyBank

Looking across to Hasty Bank from Cold Moor.

NYMHastyBank2

Approach to Hasty Bank via the Wainstones.

NYMWainstones

The Wainstones, one of the few outcrops of rock in the North York Moors.

NYM

Urra Moor.

NYMEarthBall

A common earthball, Scleroderma citrinum.

North York Moors

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