The Yorkshire Moorland Mystery

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And even further-flung places like London and Birmigham; or Edinburgh and Glasgow are only a hours drive from the Moors.

Yorkshire Moorland Mystery

Rievaulx Abbey is an Amazing Location on the edge of the Moors. But from wherever you hail; the drive to the North York Moors National Park provides just enough time and distance for everyone to adjust to the experience of a new place. The beauty of the Moors is a singular combination of deeply disected green valleys, high and lonely plateau's, and stunning little pretty villages. It could be the wild sheep roaming free; the ancient Moorland Crosses; the even older megaliths and standing stones; the amazing purple heather each August and September; or maybe the harshness of Winter up on the high ground.

But whatever "it" is, no one element is outstanding; and all contribute harmoniously to a truly delightful and visually enjoyable place.

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The Moors offer urban dwellers a place which for two or three weeks a year provides a perfect retreat from city life. The Moors are a place that will fill your days with holiday memories to last the rest of the year. Cottage Features.

Stunning Heather in the Yorkshire Moors of England

Holiday Planning. Getting Here. Contact Galleries Previous Exhibitions Biography. Ian Scott Massie's Blog. Colsterdale, Evening The Dales are a strange combination of cosy villages, rambling roads that thread through the valleys and bleak empty moorland. Walking the moors is one of my greatest pleasures but the remoteness these open spaces, studded with old coal pits, lime kilns, grouse butts and prehistoric earthworks, is sometimes brought home with a story like this one: The gamekeeper had noticed traces of bone flecking the peat for about four years as he passed the ditch on Thorny Grange Moor, but he thought they were the remains of a long-dead sheep.

When he finally had a closer look. The remains were of a man who would have been about sixty when he died, the time of death being around twenty years earlier, in The decased was dressed in a grey suit, a white shirt, a brown and orange tie and a pair of shoes by the George Ward Boot Company.

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In his pockets he carried a shilling, a penny, a mortice key in a tin, and a Cadaux transistor radio.