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ON RIGHT PROM LOND.
ON LEFT FROY LOND.
1681 BISHOP STORTFORD 327 Hadham.
(see p. 463). Pop. 1851, 5280. Birchanger. Stanstead Mountfichet,
Re-enter Esses. which has an old church, and the slight remains of 1651 Stanstead St. 353 Farnham. an ancient castle, built in the time of William I.
Manewden, 2 miles. Standstead Hall, and beyond Easton Park, 1637 Elsenham St.
37} Viscount Maynard. Henham on the Hill.
Ugley, 1 m. Widdington.
159 Debden Hall
Newport St. 414 Shortgrove Hall.
Wendens Ambo. Audley End, the noble 157 AUDLEY END $t. 431 seat of Lord Braybrooke,
Great Chesterford is contains some good pic
the site of a Roman sta. tures, and has an exten- Enter Cambridgeshire. tion:-at the adjacent sive aviary.
village of Ickleton, exLittlebury.
tensive Roman remains Little Chesterford. 1531
have been found. CHESTERFORD St. 471 To Linton, 5 miles, a
Ickleton. small market town.
Enter valley of river Cam
or Granta, one of the feeders Hinston. Branch Railway to of which the line crosses se- Duxford. Newmarket, 18 miles.
1498 Whittlesford St. 51 Pampisford.
Whittlesford Hall. Sawston.
Great Shelford House. 541
Little Shelford. Stapleford.
Trumpington; and beGog Magog Hills,
yond, Grantchester. In Lord Godolphin.
the distance, Madingley Cherry Hinton, 1. m. 1437 Cambridge Junction St. 574 Hall, Sir St. Vincent Branch to Newmarket,
(see p. 433.)
Cotton, Bart. Fen Ditton.
Branch to St Ives and
cr. river Cam, and Horningsea.
Huntingdon, 191 miles continue along its valley.
Cottenbam, 3} miles, Proceed through the dis- gave the title of Earl to
the late Lord Chancellor trict of the Fens.
cr. river Ouse.
Lynn Junction st. That part of Cam
bridgeshire which lies Wood House.
(See p. 456.)
to the north of the Ouse 1254 Chittisham St. 75 is called the Isle of Ely,
and has a separate jurisScr. Old and New
diction. It forms a part Bedford rivers,
of the great Fen district. two artificial channels, cut in order to give a better outfall to the waters of the Ouse, by avoiding its circutous lawrse
ON RIGHT FROM LOND,
ON LIT FROM LOND.
1184 MANEA St.
cr. old riv. Nen. Branch to Wisbeach, 1131 MARCH JUNCTION St. 87} Branch from St Ives 9 miles.
March is a small marketThe great level of the
joins here, 184 miles. Fens, through which this town, with some trade in part of the line runs, is coals, timber, and corn. Pop.
this district has been commonly called the 1851, 4171. See also p. 459.
maintained to the preBedford Level, from the 1054 Eastrea St. 95 sent day. Notwithstandcircumstance of the 4th
ing, however, the past Earl of Bedford having
cr. Whittlesea expense which has been formed a company for
incurred, the work is its drainage in the time
still imperfect. But of Charles I. The at- 1041 Whittlesea St. 961 great improvement has tempt was renewed dur
(see p. 458).
taken place within the ing the reign of Charles
last few years, and steen II., by whom a charter Akcr. King's Dyke. engines are now used for was granted (in 1664) to
the purpose of raising an incorporated com- 987
the water into the no
Thence to pany, under the control
merous artificial cuts by and management of
New Holland (HULL), 2004 which it is carried or to which the draining of
as in p. 448.
CLXIII. HULL TO BRIDLINGTON AND SCARBOROUGH, BY RAILWAY, 531 Mies.
ON RIGHT FROM HULL.
ON LEFT FROM HULL
From Hull to Newland.
Leave Hull and Selby Hull Bank, 14 mile. 49} Cottingham St.
4 line. Cottingham Parks.
Cottingham Castle Beverley Parks.
Risby Hall, 2 miles Woodmansey. 451 BEVERLEY (p. 422). 81
Molescroft. Hornsea, 121 miles
Leckonfield. distant, a small town on
Scorbrongh. the coast, on the west side of which is a lake 401 called Hornsea Mere,
Lockington St. 13
Dalton Hall, Lord Honearly 440 acres in extent.
tham, 5 m. Watton Abbey. 371Hutton Cranswick St. 161
Kilnwick Hall. Skerne. 4.5 cr. small feeder of
Neswick Hall, 3 miles. River Hull.
Sunderlandwick Hal. 4 miles north of Drif. 34 GREAT DRIFFIELD
197 field are some tumuli
Sledmere Castle, Sir called the Danes' Graves.
The line runs along the Tatton Sykes, Bart., 7) base of the York Wolds, on the high grounds of which are numerous remains of antiquity, of Boman and Saxon times.
Pockthorpe Hall, 3 m Foston. 82 Nafferton St.
213) Lowthorpe Hall.
OX RIGHT FROM HULL.
ON LETT YRON HULL.
28 Burton Agnes St.
251 Burton Agnes Hall, Sir Fraisthorpe.
H. Boynton, Bart.
Thornholm. 25 Carnaby St.
Bessingby. The Sea.
224 BRIDLINGTON (pp. 420 303 Boynton Hall, Sir G. Sewerby House.
Strickland, Bart. 81 m. Marton Hall,
near it, Thorpe Hall, Flamborough, 2 miles
Lord Macdonald (see pp. 420 and 427).
Across the peninsula 19 Bempton St. 341 which terminates in The line here runs parallel Flamboro' Head is an to the coast, at a distance of ancient work called the about a mile. Danes' Dyke.
161 Speeton St. 371 Buckton.
Burton Fleming, 3 m. Reighton.
12 Hunmanby St. 414 Filey Bay.
Folkton, it mile. Lebberston.
Cayton St. 48 3 Seamer Junction St. 507) Junction of line from
York and Malton. Osgodhy, 11 mile.
SCARBOROUGH Oliver's Mount, with
Falsgrave, and in the
distance, Hackness Hall Sir J. V. B. Johnstone, Bart.
CLXIV. YORK TO SCARBOROUGH, BY RAILWAY, 424 Miles.
ON RIGHT FROM YORK.
ON LEFT FROM YORK.
374 Haxby St. Towthorpe.
cr. river Foss. 351 Strensall St.
324 Flaxton St. Bossall, 11 m., and 304 Barton St. eyond, Aldby Park, H. Jarley, Esq.
A cr. Spittle Beck, Howsham Hall, (G. and follow course of river holmley, Esq.) on the Derwent, along which the Verwent.
railway winds for some miles, Westow. Kirkham Abbey.
27 Kirkham St.
77 Lillings-Ambo. 10 Thornton-le-Clay.
ON BIGHT FROM YORK.
OX LEFT FROM TORE
Castle Horard, 9 m.
Earl of Carlisle (p. 416. 234 Hutton St. 19
Hilderley, Sir G Welham House.
Strickland, Bart, und cr. river Derwent. Easthorpe Hall.
Mosley Bank 21 NEW MALTON, 214 Old Malton. Scagglethorpe, 1 mile.
16} Rillington Junction St. 26 Line to Pickering and Scampston Hall.
Whitby, 304 miles Knapton Hall 149
Knapton St. 281
Yeddingham. West and East Hesler-124 Heslerton St. 30 ton; beyond, the elevated tract of the York 97 Sherburn St.
33}! Valley of river DerWolds.
vent. Potter Brompton.
2 miles distant, WykeBinnington ; and be
V. B. Johnstone, Bart,
5 miles. SCARBOROUGH, (p. 423). / 424
CLXV. YORK TO PICKERING AND WHITBY, BY RAILWAY, 56+ Miles.
ON RIGHT FROM YORK.
ON LEIT YRON TORK.
From York to
cr. river Derwent. Thornton-le-Dale,2 m. 271 Marishes Road St.
Kirkby Misterton, 15 About 5 miles distant 24 PICKERING (see p. 416.) 324 mile. are some remarkable ancient entrenchments,
The line hence called Scamridge Dykes,
through Newton Dale, one of probably either of Danish the narrow valleys which exor Saxon origin.
tend in a longitudinal direcKingthorpe.
tion through the high region Lockton. of the North York Moorlands.
Newton. 18 Levisham St. 387 Near Cawthorn, ! . Blackhow Topping, a
distant, are the remains lofty eminence, 2] miles.
of two Roman camps. On the adjacent moor
and beyond, at Cropłon, lands are numerous tu.
one of British origin. muli, and other ancient
Goathland Moor. works.
91 Goathland St. 471
ON RIGHT FROM YORK.
ON LEFT FROM YORK.
Egton, 17 mile, a
small market town, on 61 Grosmont St. 503 the north side of the
river Esk. Pop. 1128. The line hence follows the course of the river Esk, which it crosses several
Aislaby Moor. times.
Aislaby. 564 Mulgrave Castle, Mar.
quis of Normanby, 3 m.
Larpool Hall, E. Turton, Esq.
CLXVI. LONDON TO WELLS (NORFOLK), THROUGH CAMBRIDGE, ELY, AND
LYNN, 123 miles.
ON RIGHT YBOY LOND.
ON LEFT FROM LOND.
Gog Magog Hille, Lord 72
601 To Newmarket, 184 m. 56 Mildenhall, 16} m.
New Barns Hall.
From London to
cr. river Cam. dingley, Sir St. V. Cot-
17 m.; Huntingdon by
Chatteris, 27 m.; WisChettisham.
beach, 281 miles.
cr. the river Ouse.
cr. riv. Brandon.