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Bransdale Lodge Bransdale North Yorkshire

Bransdale Lodge is a Grade II listed building in Bransdale, North Yorkshire, England. See why it was listed, view it on a map, see visitor comments and photos

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Water house Bransdale Mill Bransdale National Trust

Description. From NT VBS Yorksire 1022 Building 7 This is a small detached water house close to the W bank of the Hodge Beck opposite 30791. It is set into a slight incline at

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bransdale mill bunkhouse find a bunkhouse

Yorkshire Walks - My Walking Diary route no 151. Converted from an old Hay Barn, the bunkhouse hostel accommodates up to 18 people in 3 rooms. Each room has 6 full size bunks. ... Bransdale Mill is a National Trust property on Hodge Beck in the valley bottom, and it is now used as a bunk house for youth groups. In the mid 1800s the mill was ...

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Visit Bransdale Best of Bransdale York Travel 2021

Larpool Mill is situated in delightful grounds, its a short drive from Whitby and a beautifully presented house. We would love to return. Larpool Mill is situated in delightful grounds, its a short drive from Whitby and a beautifully presented house. We would love to return. W

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Bransdale Loop Cycle Route Discover Yorkshire Coast

Bransdale Mill is a typical example, rebuilt during the 19th century to become in effect a small milling hamlet. Corn was ground here until 1917 and grist grain separated from its chaff as late as 1953. Its a fine-looking range of red-roofed stone buildings, now owned by the National Trust and used as an education and recreation centre ...

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Visit Bransdale 2021 Travel Guide for Bransdale York

Check Bransdale hotel prices Tonight Apr 11 - Apr 12 Check prices in Bransdale for tonight, Apr 11 - Apr 12 Tomorrow night Apr 12 - Apr 13 Check prices in Bransdale for tomorrow night, Apr 12 - Apr 13 Next weekend Apr 16 - Apr 18 Check prices in Bransdale for next weekend, Apr 16 - Apr 18

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Historic map of Bransdale 1820 North Yorkshire County

A plan of Mr William Stricklands estate lying in Bransdale near Kirkby Moorside, Yorkshire. Surveyed and drawn by J. Moon, April 1820 Now Bransdale Mill Original format Stiff

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Bransdale moor North Yorks Mark Avery

Jun 12, 2019 Henry and I went to Bransdale in 2015 on a tour of shooting estates heres what I wrote at the time. And here is what Raptor Persecution UK wrote about Bransdale at the time. Heres the Bransdale area in the news again. Shotgun shot buzzard Bransdale Moor, North Yorkshire

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Walking in Bransdale North Yorkshire North Yorkshire

Looking across to Bransdale Lodge at the head of Bransdale, up on the right are the Scots Pines of Cockayne Ridge. Cow Sike Farm. Heading down the footpath in the depression in the field which is the last vestiges of the medieval road down to Bransdale Mill.

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Bransdale North Riding of Yorkshire

Bransdale, North Riding of Yorkshire Bilsdale is over the ridge from Bransdale on the west and from its east side top Rudland Rigg, one moves east to Farndale. Cowl House - the residence of Newark Wilson and Hannah Wood Wilson, is located on the west side of Bransdale.

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nothing but footprints Bransdale amp Rudland Rigg North

From the church we walked along the road and across a field to Bransdale Mill, an 18th century watermill currently in the ownership of the National Trust and used today as a bunkhouse. In the early 19th century the mill was owned by a William Strickland of Farndale whose initials W.S. are displayed in iron lettering along with an inscription to ...

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Bransdale Mill Bunkhouse National Trust

About Bransdale Mill Bunkhouse Enjoy a group holiday in this converted mill nestled in a secluded spot in the North York Moors National Park. Built in the eighteenth century, this charming Grade II listed mill has been converted into a basic but comfortable bunkhouse for 12 people and is perfect for large groups of friends or family.

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Strickland Hugill Collier Yorkshire genealogy

Bransdale Mill is mentioned and pictured in The Visitors Guide to the North York Moors - York and the Coast by Brian Spencer, published by Moorland Publishing in 1989 -

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Bransdale Mill Out and about

Bransdale Mill. The National Trust is currently finishing off the renovation of Bransdale Mill as bunkhouse accommodation but the waterwheel and milling mechanism is badly in need of preservation to prevent further deterioration. The mill dates from the 18th-century and rebuilt in 1842 according to a datestone although a mill probably existed ...

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Bransdale Loop North York Moors

Bransdale Mill is a typical example, rebuilt during the 19th century to become in effect a small milling hamlet. Corn was ground here until 1917 and grist grain separated from its chaff as late as 1953. Its a fine-looking range of red-roofed stone buildings, now owned by the National Trust and used as an education and recreation centre.

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Clay Bank Bransdale Tripsdale Urra Moor

of Bransdale Mill at Grid Ref. 621 979. The mill wall-ties display the initials W.S. which stand for William Strickland, who rebuilt the mill in in 1842 after moving from Farndale. His son Emanuel who became curate of Ingleby Greenhow for a short time carved a number of inscriptions on the mill

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Walking in North Yorkshire

Sep 16, 2016 Walking in North Yorkshire A Walking Blog following in the footsteps of Tom Scott Burns There must be dales in Paradise Which you and I will find.. Friday, 16 September 2016. Tripsdale to Bransdale from Chop Gate . 12.5 miles Hot and sunny. We left the Middlesbrough mist behind us at Clay Bank and drove into bright sunshine which stayed with ...

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Bransdale Yorkshire Moors

Bransdale Mill is probably more elaborate. The current mill was built in 1811 by William Strickland and his son Emmanuel Strickland, vicar of Ingleby Greenhow. The religious influence can be seen in the improving texts in Greek, Latin and Hebrew carved into the mill walls. The mill is owned by the NT but isnt normally open to the public.

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20 best Bransdale walks Visorando

The Rudland Ridge Download 10.13mi 876ft -876ft 5h25 Average. Starting point in Bransdale - North Yorkshire. This North York Moors circular walks main focus is to enjoy the views from Rudland Rigg. This is a quiet part of this National Park and you can almost be guaranteed solitude.

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Weather Bransdale 14 day Forecast

Weather Bransdale. 0600 Monday. Sunny 3 Feels like 1 Northwest. 9 - 19 mph. All day. Sunny intervals. There are currently no warnings. Yorkshire and Humber. 1 - 7 days.

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Toms Bransdale Race Fell Race LETS RUN

Distance 7.5 Miles 1312ft of Climbing Race Time 1915. Cost 5. Race Start Bransdale Mill, Bransdale, North Yorkshire Previous Results

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Walking in Bransdale St Nicholas Church Mill Cockayne

Bransdale Mill more pictures of the mill race further down. Bransdale Lodge is on the lower left slope of Bransdale Moor. In the distance Smout House, a National Trust property, much of the surrounding estate is managed by the National Trust.

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Bransdale Outdoor property Access Statement

Bransdale Outdoor property Access Statement . Bransdale . Peakside . Ravenscar . North Yorkshire . YO13 0NE . T 01723 870423 E gareth.wilsonnationaltrust.org.uk . Introduction . The property of Bransdale comprises a series of small farms within the valleys of the Hodge Beck and its major tributaries, also including some semi-natural ...

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