Friday, 17 October 2008

Ulshaw Bridge on the River Ure. It is an old pack-horse bridge
with a sundial on it inscribed RW 1647. In the background is
a lovely little Roman Catholic Church.
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4 comments:

mrsnesbitt said...

We have been to masham on a couple of occasions. When is the auction market on in leyburn? I have often seen it on our way in but on weekends. Any bargains there? Can imagine Leyburn has some good charity shops too?
Oooooooooooooooh!

PS The saying...
"Where there's muck there's money!" Is it true? LOL!

The Weaver of Grass said...

Thanks Mrs Newbitt. Market day in Leyburn - Auction Mart and ordinary market - is Friday. Sheep days at the Mart I think are Tuesdays.
Strangely Leyburn has only one charity shop - there are several tourist-type shops and the usual others - decorating materials, hardware, clothes (2 or 3), butchers, supermarket etc. It is quite a pleasant little place to visit.Not sure about the muck/money connection!!!!

The Weaver of Grass said...

Sorry mrs nesbitt = spelt your name wrongly! I type too fast for my own good and am not too good at checking before I press the button.

Janice Thomson said...

Oh! What a neat bridge Weaver! Love this photo. There are so many wonderful structures in your part of the world.