From the banks of the River Derwent

This photo was taken from the site of 'Newton Old Landing' as seen on OS map, leading to Nanny Layton's Piece.

Old Landing was listed on table of prices per ton of commodities, carried by keels along the river.

add table and map.

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Details of licence to trade 1702

History of Fitzwilliams owning river rights.

Charges per ton of commodities.

Volume of traffic up river to Malton...1800...35 vessels travelling up to Malton.

Adverts for wood showing proximity to river.

Decline of river usage...effect of railways in area.

York & North Midland Railway bought transport rights in 1855.

Fish traps for Warter Priory in 1351..cause problems for shipping.

Hull Amalgamation given fishing rights.

Campaign to stop leisure use of river.

Tenting along Mask Lane.

Summer sports at Stamford Bridge.

Summer sailing on River.

WW2 Army exercises at Kirkham Abbey.

Carstairs Trust becoming nature reserve, 2021.

Fishing today...youtube at Sutton.

Youtube items...paddle boarding on Derwent. Sailing on Pocklington Canal 2020...youtube.

Pocklington Canal opened in 1815.

 

SSSI naturalengland YWT

Mask owners and 1938 rules.

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