The ruins of Bolton Abbey, North Yorkshire, England.This, the largest of Yorkshire's four counties – and the largest county in England – is also the most beautiful. Unlike the rest of northern England, it has survived almost unscathed by the Industrial Revolution.

The ruins of Bolton Abbey, North Yorkshire, England.This, the largest of Yorkshire's four counties – and the largest county in England – is also the most beautiful. Unlike the rest of northern England, it has survived almost unscathed by the Industrial Revolution.

Whitby Steps, Yorkshire, England......counted these with my sisters and we all got something different haha

Whitby Steps, Yorkshire, England......counted these with my sisters and we all got something different haha

The Shambles, York, North Yorkshire. "The oldest street in York is mentioned in the Doomsday Book of 1086 and In the late 19th century was known for its number of butchers. The meat would hang in the shadows of the overhanging buildings away from the sun.

The Shambles, York, North Yorkshire. "The oldest street in York is mentioned in the Doomsday Book of 1086 and In the late 19th century was known for its number of butchers. The meat would hang in the shadows of the overhanging buildings away from the sun.

amazing yorkies - same measurements, eggs, flour, milk, pinch of salt.Whisk for 2min, put in fridge, don't rewhisk. In oven at 220 for about 10min.

Amazing Yorkies

amazing yorkies - same measurements, eggs, flour, milk, pinch of salt.Whisk for 2min, put in fridge, don't rewhisk. In oven at 220 for about 10min.

The Oldest Sweet Shop in England  (Est. 1827!)  Pateley Bridge, North Yorkshire  http://www.oldestsweetshop.co.uk/

The Oldest Sweet Shop in England (Est. 1827!) Pateley Bridge, North Yorkshire http://www.oldestsweetshop.co.uk/

Knaresborough, North Yorkshire - England (Yorkshire -- not just the Brontes, but shades of 'North and South' with Richard Armitage *sigh*).

Knaresborough, North Yorkshire - England (Yorkshire -- not just the Brontes, but shades of 'North and South' with Richard Armitage *sigh*).


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Yorkshire speak (dialect) it really is a second language and a lot of the words are still in use out in the villages.  THIS SHOULD HELP,,,,

Yorkshire speak (dialect) it really is a second language and a lot of the words are still in use out in the villages. THIS SHOULD HELP,,,,

The local dialect is so polite. 'Chuffin 'eck!' was one of the sayings my grandparents used all the time. Much nicer than swearing.

The local dialect is so polite. 'Chuffin 'eck!' was one of the sayings my grandparents used all the time. Much nicer than swearing.

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