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VALE OF YORK BY BUS

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EASINGWOLD OLD TOWN HALL----Bus stop is near here..for York and Thirsk.

EASINGWOLD OLD TOWN HALL----Bus stop is near here..for York and Thirsk.

BUS FROM NORTHALLERTON TO THIRSK.--35 minutes. 20 miles. --Dales and District buses.  Only 3 a day this bus company.

BUS FROM NORTHALLERTON TO THIRSK.--35 minutes. 20 miles. --Dales and District buses. Only 3 a day this bus company.

DSCN0365.JPGNorthallertonDSCN0363.JPG NorthallertonDSCN0364.JPG NorthallertonDSCN0358.JPG NorthallertonDSCN0360.JPG Northallerton. DSCN0361.JNortallerton PGDSCN0362.JPGNorthallertonDSCN0367.JPGThirsk,Clock tower from 1896.DSCN0368.JPGThirskDSCN0369.JPGThirsk James Herriot museum.DSCN0370.JPG ThirskDSCN0357.JPGEasingwoldDSCN0356.JPGEasingwold.DSCN0355.JPGEasingwoldDSCN0354.JPGEasingwoldlarge_DSCN0353.JPG Bus from York to Easingwold.-12 miles. 40 minutes.-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------This January 2019, i saw that the weather forecast was dry and sunny, so decided to take a little bus trip from York my home city in England. --- The first was the number 40 from York to Easingwold, Reliance bus company, by the villages of Huby and Sutton on the Forrest this took 40 minutes a distance of about 12 miles. In Easingwold after 15 minutes, took the number 30, Reliance bus company, from Easingwold to Thirsk, here took the connection to Northallerton by bus number 153, by Dales and District Bus.--- This gave me 2 hours in Northallerton.---Nortallerton is in the Vale of Mowbray at the northern end of the Vale of York. Population is about 16,000.---Market days are Wednesday and Saturday, in the High Street, Northallerton is on the East Coast Main Rail Line. The Parish Church is from the 12th century and is at the end of the High Street.-- I had Sausage,Egg and Chunky chips and a pint in the Masons Arms Pub. a traditional 18th century pub, also in the High Street......Northallerton is a bus hub for Darlington, Bedale, Ripon,Richmond, and Thirsk.-------THIRSK is a traditional market town ,with a market square, and the James Herriot Museum. James Herriot was a local Vet and Auther who wrote "All Creatures Great and Small"...Thirsk as a Race Coarse and Market Days are Monday and Saturday. Thirsk s history goes back 1500 years. -- The White Horse of Kilburn can be seen cut into the hillside has the bus leaves Easingwold for Thirsk on the right.--- I enjoyed my day out, and the sun shone most of the time. ( This journey is also great by car )

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