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" Mill. Here, for several miles, the railway from Pickering to Whitby runs through a superb canon having a depth of 300 or 400 feet, and occupied through a part of the distance by a small stream, the Pickering Beck. The outsides of the meanders here are... "
A History of the Whitby & Pickering Railway - Page 79
by G. W. J. Potter - 1906 - 81 pages
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The Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London

Geology - 1902
...fitted the valley so closely that the valley-walls were also the banks and follow the rule just cited. In each meander of one of these valleys the outer...displayed than in the upper portion of Newton Dale above Uaindale Mill. Here, for several miles, the railway from Pickering to Whitby runs through a superb...
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