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Kingston upon Hull

Kingston upon Hull, or just Hull as it is usually called, is a city in Yorkshire on the northern bank of the Humber Estuary.

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York

The ancient cathedral city of York has a history dating back over 2000 years. Romans, Saxons, Vikings, and Britons from all eras have each left their mark. It is home to some of Europe's best preserved historical buildings and structures, including York Minster and dozens of other churches, the Shambles medieval shopping street, countless handsome townhouses, and the city's walls and gatehouses. Other popular attractions on the bucket lists of York's 7 million annual visitors include the Jorvik Viking Centre and Britain's National Railway Museum.

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Selby

Selby is a market town in North Yorkshire.It is located on the River Ouse, 12 miles south of York.

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Nottingham

City and unitary authority area in England

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Cambridge

City and non-metropolitan district in England

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Harrogate

Harrogate is a beautiful Regency / Victorian spa town in the English county of North Yorkshire. It's home to the famous Betty's tea rooms, Harlow Carr Gardens and Harrogate spa water. In addition to being a charming floral town Harrogate is a popular conference venue, with a large convention centre. As a result it has many good restaurants and hotels and a pleasant, walkable centre.

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Whitby

town in Scarborough, North Yorkshire, England

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Lincoln Cathedral

cathedral located in Lincoln in England

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Yorkshire Museum of Farming

Farming Museum, Living History Centre in York, England

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Derwent Valley Light Railway

The Derwent Valley Light Railway (DVLR) was a privately owned standard-gauge railway in North Yorkshire, England, and was unusual in that it was never nationalised, remaining as a private operation all its life. It ran between Layerthorpe on the outskirts of York to Cliffe Common near Selby. It opened in two stages, in 1912 and 1913, and closed in sections between 1965 and 1981. Between 1977 and 1979, passenger steam trains operated between Layerthorpe and Dunnington — the entire length of track at that time. In 1993 a small section was re-opened as part of the Yorkshire Museum of Farming at Murton.

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Murton, York

village in North Yorkshire, England

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East Midlands

official region of England

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Helmsley

town in North Yorkshire, England

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Barbican Centre, York

entertainment venue in York

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St Saviour's Church, York

Church in York, England

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St William's College

Grade I listed building in York, United Kingdom

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York Castle

Castle in York, England

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Holy Trinity Church, Goodramgate, York

Church in York, England

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All Saints' Church, Pavement, York

Church in York, England

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St Mary's Church, Castlegate, York

Church in York, England

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Treasurer's House, York

Historic house museum in York, England

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York city walls

Grade I listed urban defence in York, United Kingdom

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York Minster

cathedral of York, England

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Grand Opera House, York

theatre in York, England

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Snickelways of York

The Snickelways of York, often misspelt Snickleways, are a collection of small streets and footpaths in the city of York, England. The word Snickelway was coined by local author Mark W. Jones in 1983 in his book A Walk Around the Snickelways of York, and is a portmanteau of the words snicket, meaning a passageway between walls or fences, ginnel, a narrow passageway between or through buildings, and alleyway, a narrow street or lane. Although the word is a neologism, it quickly became part of the local vocabulary, and has even been used in official council documents, for example when giving notice of temporary footpath closures.

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St Helen's Church, Stonegate, York

Church in York, England

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St Martin le Grand, York

Church in York, England

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Mansion House, York

Grade I listed historic house museum in York, United Kingdom

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York Theatre Royal

theatre in York, England

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York Guildhall

Rebuilt 15th-century city hall building in York, England

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All Saints' Church, North Street, York

Church in York, England

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St Olave's Church, York

Church in York, England

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Holy Trinity Church, Micklegate, York

Church in York, England

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Henry VII Experience at Micklegate Bar

History museum in York, England

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Bar Convent

church in York, UK

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York Racecourse

Racecourse in North Yorkshire, England

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Goddards House and Garden

Arts and Crafts, Historic House Museum in Dringhouses, York

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York Cold War Bunker

The York Cold War Bunker is a two-storey, semi-subterranean, Cold War bunker in the Holgate area of York, England, built in 1961 to monitor nuclear explosions and fallout in Yorkshire, in the event of nuclear war.

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North Yorkshire

ceremonial county in England (use Q21241814 for administrative non-metropolitan county)

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Wakefield

city in West Yorkshire, England

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Sheffield

city in South Yorkshire, England

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Bridlington

United Kingdom
Bridlington is a seaside town and fishing port in East Yorkshire. It was originally two towns: the Old Town, about a mile inland, grew up around the medieval Augustinian priory, while Bridlington Quay was the fishing settlement and harbour. The two merged in the mid-19th C when the railway arrived and Brid developed rapidly as a resort.

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