Low Whita Farm

Address: Low Row, Richmond, North Yorkshire, England, DL11 6NT, United Kingdom | Ranch
 
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This ranch, located on Low Row, Richmond, is near Ross Beach and St Cuthbert's Way.
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Travel Blogs from Richmond

Gardens

A travel blog entry by robinstride on May 26, 2015

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... the toll was 1/2 d for a foot passenger and up to 2 shillings for a 6 horse carriage. A delightful small village with local boutique shops We then travelled half way to Oxford and called at a house and gardens near Worcester The house burnt down in 1937 just leaving a shell but the gardens especially the fountains are quite amazing With the sun now out we sat on a bench ...

From Medieval to Nuclear

A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on May 25, 2015

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... 10 officers and men from the Royal Observer Corps who were supported by over 60 volunteers who lived in the surrounding area and their role was to race to the bunker within four minutes of an alarm being raised and then spend the next month monitoring and reporting on any nuclear detonations throughout England to measure the spread of nuclear fallout. At the end of the Cold War the station was closed down. During the tour we were shown ...

Shrewsbury and abbeys

A travel blog entry by robinstride on May 25, 2015

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So we are setting off in a round about way to pick Helen up from her first year at Oxford uni. I can't believe it has gone so fast Today we head to Shrewsbury and stay one night there. As Rachel and Simon had lent us their English heritage passes we thought we would call in on a couple on the way down The first place we tried was a bit of a disaster, we called at Beeston castle. There was a "warriors" event going on, so after scraping together £3 for car parking we then ...

Goodbye Molly Malone, Hello Captain Cook.

A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on May 22, 2015

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... Great Ayton as it is the boyhood town of Captain James Cook and there are a number of monuments and museums dedicated to him.

Today is Friday, and we decided to make it a very easy day by staying at the apartment, catching up on our blogs, washing and resting after a couple of big weeks.

This afternoon we ventured out and walked around the very pretty village of Great Ayton and saw some of the sights ...

Reeth to Richmond

A travel blog entry by stevegrace on Jul 18, 2014

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... was a short delay as we watched the farmer use a silage wrapper to cover his hay bales. It doesn't take much to entertain us city folk.

Once I had stopped sneezing we continued on to Whitcliffe Wood where we stopped for lunch and allowed some time to let Tracy's puffy eyes (from the hay) to settle enough for her to see where she was going.

Not far past the end of the wood we got our first glimpse of Richmond and it's castle tower.
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