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Raindale Mill Newton Dale

George Haydock Dodgson (1811-1880)



5 x 8 inches

Illustrations of the Scenery on the Line of the Whitby and Pickering Railway, in the North Eastern Part Of Yorkshire, From Drawings by G Dodgson, with a Short Description of the District and Undertaking, by Henry Belcher, London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman, 1836, Facing page 59 (Engraved by Charles Cousen)

'Chris Beetles Summer Show 2017', No 50

On arriving at Raindale Mill, a small valley is seen running up to the moors on the right, and about half a mile beyond, there is on the same side a more considerable opening, on the south of which is some elevated ground, where stands the village of Newton. A little to the west upon the brow of the same hill, and in a most commanding situation at about a mile distant from the railway are to be found Cawthorn Camps, the most complete remains of Roman fortifications in the district.
(Henry Belcher, Scenery of the Whitby and Pickering Railway, page 59)

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