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Entrance Into Newton Dale North End Ii

George Haydock Dodgson (1811-1880)



4 ¾ x 7 ¾ 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 52 (Engraved by J T Willmore)

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The accompanying view shews the entrance into Newton Dale, and it is rather extraordinary that Fen bog, which fills the central part of the view, and over which the railway is carried for about a mile, should be the site of the summit level. The spring which feeds this bog is one of the sources of Pickering Beck, which uniting with the Derwent, pours its waters into the Estuary of the Humber, and joins the sea, after a course of nearly a hundred miles, though rising out of the side of a hill which commands an extensive view of the German Ocean, at only a few miles distance.
(Henry Belcher, Scenery of the Whitby and Pickering Railway, facing page 52)

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