A report on East Riding of Yorkshire

Solid geology of the East Riding
The chalk cliffs at Flamborough Head
Skidby Windmill is surrounded by fertile agricultural land typical of the East Riding.
East Riding of Yorkshire boundaries – historic riding (light pink and blue), ceremonial county (light pink and darker pink)
County Hall, Beverley, the headquarters of the council
Apartment blocks in Hull
Terraced Housing in Hull
The Deep
Burnby Hall Gardens
Beverley's 11th-century minster is one of the county's most visited sites.
The Humber Bridge connects the East Riding with North Lincolnshire.
Bp Chemical Plant, Salt End
Beverley on market day
Princes Quay Shopping Centre, Kingston upon Hull
Windfarm in High Fosham
The Derwent Building at the University of Hull
Hull College
Hull Royal Infirmary
Hornsea fire station
The MKM Stadium, Hull
Hull City in the Orange & Black home kit

Ceremonial county in Northern England.

- East Riding of Yorkshire
Solid geology of the East Riding

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Kingston upon Hull

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Hull in 1866
Parliament Street, a Georgian thoroughfare in the city centre, with Whitefriargate in the distance
The Guildhall
Panorama of Hull from further along the north bank of the Humber near Paull, with the Yorkshire Wolds rising behind the city
The River Hull tidal barrier
The expansion of Kingston upon Hull
High-rise housing on Anlaby Road
Oil seed processing plant
The former Humbrol factory
The Isis Oil Mill Complex, now owned by Cargill
Prince's Quay Shopping Centre built over Prince's Dock
St Andrew’s Quay
Entrance to Paragon Arcade
One Humber Quays, home to the World Trade Centre Hull & Humber, The Spencer Group, RBS, and Jon Lee
Museums Quarter corner of garden
Wilberforce House, home of the museum dedicated to William Wilberforce.
"Dead Bod" mural in original location on a jetty at Alexandra Dock
Street Art is a big part of Hull's culture, and can be found all over the city
Part of the Seven Seas Fish Trail, on Lowgate
Three Ships mosaic mural on the old Co-Op building
Hull New Theatre
Bonus Arena, opened July 2018
Hull City Hall, completed in 1909
Grafton Street, birthplace of the Housemartins and the Beautiful South
Spiders Nightclub, first opened in 1979
The George Hotel in the city centre
Hull Fair taken from the top of the Big Wheel, 2006
Yellow Day Hull. 24 June 2017
Hull Minster
East Park's Khyber Pass Folly in Kingston upon Hull as of 15 January 2011.
The BBC building in Hull
The MKM Stadium
The Humber Bridge from the south bank
Hull to Zeebrugge ferry at King George Dock
A Hull K6 telephone box
The Esk Building at the University of Hull campus on Cottingham Road
Wilberforce College
View of Pearson Park
Statue of William Wilberforce, Wilberforce House, Hull

Kingston upon Hull, usually abbreviated to Hull, is a port city and unitary authority in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England.

Inside Beverley Minster, foundation place of Beverley

Beverley

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Inside Beverley Minster, foundation place of Beverley
Beverley Guildhall
Westwood and the Black Mill
Local man Saint John Fisher was martyred in 1535
Charles II's arms hanging in Beverley Minster
Beverley during a market day
The White Horse Inn Hengate
Westwood Hospital
The county hall
Badge of Beverley Grammar School
St Mary's Church
Beverley Minster
Beverley Racecourse
Beverley railway station

Beverley is a market, minster town and civil parish in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England, of which it is the county town.

Humberside road sign on A1079

Humberside

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Non-metropolitan and ceremonial county in Northern England from 1 April 1974 until 1 April 1996.

Non-metropolitan and ceremonial county in Northern England from 1 April 1974 until 1 April 1996.

Humberside road sign on A1079
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Humberside County Sign Defaced circa 1992

It was composed of land from either side of the Humber Estuary, created from portions of the East Riding of Yorkshire, West Riding of Yorkshire, and the northern part of Lindsey, Lincolnshire.

Bridlington's Bayle Gate

Bridlington

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Bridlington's Bayle Gate
Bridlington, the parade (i.e., promenade) c. 1895
Bridlington Fishing-Port
The harbour Bridlington
Bridlington Town Hall
Entering Bridlington
Bridlington Beach from the north shoreline
Bridlington Harbour
The Station public house
Leisure World leisure centre before demolition
The replacement leisure centre opened in May 2016
Town Crier David Hinde of Bempton
Ferris Wheel on the Promenade
The Spa, Bridlington during refurbishment
Ebor House is the town's tallest building
Bridlington Station
Bridlington Priory
Holy Trinity Church (Church of England)

Bridlington is a coastal town and a civil parish on the Holderness Coast of the North Sea in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England.

Rosedale, in the North York Moors

North Yorkshire

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Largest ceremonial county in England, covering an area of 9020 km2.

Largest ceremonial county in England, covering an area of 9020 km2.

Rosedale, in the North York Moors
County Hall, Northallerton
Scarborough Town Hall
Middlesbrough Town Hall
The Teesport sea port handled over 53 million tonnes of cargo in 2013
Drax Power Station has the highest generating capacity of any power station in the UK
The Shambles, a popular tourist area in York
Harrogate is also a popular tourist destination, famous for its Turkish Baths, Gastronomy and High-End Shops.
York railway station
Harrogate railway station
Current and former railway routes in eastern North Yorkshire
Middlesbrough vs West Ham in FA Cup semi-final 2006
Scarborough ground
York Racecourse
Aysgarth Falls, a popular destination for hikers, can also be reached by a short walk from the main road.
Leyburn is a gateway town to the Yorkshire Dales, offering tourists a range of Hotels, Pubs and Shops.
White Scar Cave is the largest cave in the United Kingdom.
In terms of interior floor area, York Minster is the 3rd Largest Cathedral in the United Kingdom.
The Grand Hotel in Scarborough is a Grade II* listed building. At the time of its grand opening in 1867, it was the largest hotel and the largest brick structure in Europe.
With the first monastery built in the 7th-Century, the ruins of the Medieval Whitby Abbey still stand today, now famous for its role in Dracula.

It is one of four counties in England to hold the name Yorkshire; the three other counties are the East Riding of Yorkshire, South Yorkshire and West Yorkshire.

Yorkshire

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Historic county in northern England and by far the largest in the United Kingdom.

Historic county in northern England and by far the largest in the United Kingdom.

Location within England, showing historic extent
Statue of Constantine I outside York Minster.
Coin from Eric Bloodaxe's reign
The counties of England in 1086
York Minster, western elevation
Yorkist king Richard III grew up at Middleham.
Battle of Marston Moor in 1644
Titus Salt's mill in Saltaire, Bradford is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The LNER Class A4 4468 Mallard built in Doncaster is the current confirmed record holder as the fastest steam locomotive at 203 km/h on 3 July 1938.
Geology of Yorkshire
The main rivers of Yorkshire
Historic divisions of Yorkshire
Bridgewater Place, a symbol of Leeds' growing financial importance.
The Shambles is a popular tourist district in York
The Conference Centre, in Harrogate
The A1(M) and M62 junction at Ferrybridge, West Yorkshire
Castle Howard
Wakefield County Hall
St George's Minster in Doncaster was built in 1858 and is Grade I listed
The Brontë sisters
A Yorkshire pudding, served as part of a traditional Sunday roast.
Kate Rusby on stage in 2005
Arctic Monkeys performing on Orange stage at Roskilde Festival in 2007
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The original hand-written 'Laws of the Game' drafted for and on behalf of The Football Association by Ebenezer Cobb Morley in 1863
The George Hotel
York Racecourse
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William Wilberforce, leading abolitionist, was the MP for Yorkshire between 1784 and 1812.
Map of the Combined authorities, including West Yorkshire and the Sheffield City Region.
The White Rose of York remains as the prime symbol of Yorkshire identity
Doncaster

The name is familiar and well understood across the United Kingdom and is in common use in the media and the military, and also features in the titles of current areas of civil administration such as North Yorkshire, South Yorkshire, West Yorkshire and the East Riding of Yorkshire.

The Square in January 2007

Hessle

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The Square in January 2007
Hessle Town Hall
Workers shipbuilding in Hessle for the Royal Navy during the Second World War.
Humber Bridge Country Park in December 2006
Hessle Feast in July 2006
Tugboat "Englishman" at the Humber Bridge celebrations of the Diamond Jubilee of Elizabeth II on 4 June 2012

Hessle is a town, civil parish and electoral ward in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England, 5 mi west of Kingston upon Hull city centre.

Holderness from space.

Holderness

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Holderness from space.
Aldbrough, Holderness. Coastal erosion.
The silt flows at the Humber Estuary

Holderness is an area of the East Riding of Yorkshire, on the north-east coast of England.

Humber

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Large tidal estuary on the east coast of Northern England.

Large tidal estuary on the east coast of Northern England.

River Hull tidal barrier at the Humber meeting point
The Humber Estuary and Spurn Head looking north-east from over North Lincolnshire
Historical railway map of Hull showing the ferry route and the layout of docks
The Humber from the International Space Station

From there to the North Sea, it forms part of the boundary between the East Riding of Yorkshire on the north bank and North Lincolnshire on the south bank.

Lincoln Cathedral, one of the oldest cathedrals in the UK viewed from Lincoln Castle

Lincolnshire

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County in the East Midlands of England, with a long coastline on the North Sea to the east.

County in the East Midlands of England, with a long coastline on the North Sea to the east.

Lincoln Cathedral, one of the oldest cathedrals in the UK viewed from Lincoln Castle
Part of 'The Bailgate', the centre of the uphill area of Lincoln
County and County Borough areas pre 1965
Lincolnshire farmland near Burton Coggles
The Humber Bridge connecting North Lincolnshire to the East Riding of Yorkshire
A rural road in Lincolnshire
The rural B1397 in Gosberton Fen heading out towards the Bourne area
Map of civil parishes within Lincolnshire
The centre of Skegness, showing the clock tower and the "Jolly Fisherman" sculpture/fountain
Seafront and beach at Cleethorpes
Skegness seafront and Pier
Ingoldmells beach
Beach Huts and Paddling Pool at Sutton-on-Sea
Chapel St Leonards
A view up 'Steep Hill' towards the historic quarter of Bailgate in Lincoln
Lincolnshire mobile library at Pode Hole. Lincolnshire County Council operate five routes, covering small villages in this large, sparse, county. Each location is visited once a month.
William Cecil, 1st Baron Burghley
Captain John Smith
Sir Isaac Newton
Margaret Thatcher
John Wesley
Alfred, Lord Tennyson
Michael Foale
Lincolnshire sausages
The Red Arrows, based at RAF Scampton near Lincoln are a popular attraction at the Waddington Air Show
The Gold Victorian-style Penfold post box in Lincoln painted in recognition of Paralympian Sophie Wells who won the gold medal in the team Equestrian event at the 2012 Paralympic Games in London. It is the only post box painted gold in the county
Flag of Lincolnshire
The Lincoln Imp high above the choir on the southern side of Lincoln Cathedral
Typhoon FGR4 aircraft, based at RAF Coningsby
Belton House
Boston Stump
Gainsborough Old Hall
Harlaxton Manor
Normanby Hall
Tattershall Castle
Thornton Abbey
St James' Church, Louth

It borders Norfolk to the south-east, Cambridgeshire to the south, Rutland to the south-west, Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire to the west, South Yorkshire to the north-west, and the East Riding of Yorkshire to the north.