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2019.09.05 ** Round walk from Middleham / up to South side of Castle / ~W along Middleham Low Moor (Gallops) / ~S thru Tupgill Park / Holy Trinity Church / Coverham Abbey / ~E along River Cover / ~N back to Middleham Castle - Malcolm MacKay - Thursday

horses from famous racing stables passing through Middleham on way to 'The Gallops' on Middleham Low Moor
view across Middleham roof tops
Middleham Castle in Wensleydale, built by Robert Fitzrandolph, 3rd Lord of Middleham and Spennithorne, commenced in 1190. The castle was the childhood home of King Richard III, although he spent very little time there during his reign
behind the Castle walking toward the Gallops
Middleham Low Moor
looking across to Leyburn
Bolton Castle seen across Wensleydale (and the River Ure)
down south into Tupgill Park
'Armstrong' coat of arms
The Forbidden Corner

into Holy Trinity Church, Coverham



Engraving on door opening symbolising Trinity?





enlargement of printing


watercourse running below church
part of Coverham Abbey seen from below the Church
the main entrance to Coverham Abbey

Coverham Abbey - see Wikipedia

another view of Holy Trinity Church, Coverham
River Cover

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