River Foss :: Shared Description

The River Foss is a river in North Yorkshire, and a tributary of the River Ouse. It rises in the Foss Crooks woods near Oulston reservoir close to the village of Yearsley in the Howardian Hills and runs 20 miles south through the Vale of York to the Ouse.
by N Chadwick
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SE6051 : Along the Foss by DS Pugh
SE6051 : Bridge over the Foss by DS Pugh
SE6156 : Foss near Church Lane by DS Pugh
SE6051 : Path along Rowntree Wharf by DS Pugh
SE6051 : Castle Mills Lock by DS Pugh
SE6051 : Castle Mills Wharf by DS Pugh
SE6157 : River Foss near Earswick by DS Pugh
SE6259 : River Foss at Towthorpe Bridge by DS Pugh
SE6050 : Flooding beside the Foss by DS Pugh
SE6051 : Blue Bridge by DS Pugh
SE6156 : Foss and footpath by DS Pugh
SE6051 : River Foss from Hungate Bridge by DS Pugh
SE6050 : River Ouse near the confluence by DS Pugh
SE6053 : Weir on the Foss by DS Pugh
SE6154 : Kayak on the Foss by DS Pugh
SE6051 : Towards Raindale Mill by DS Pugh
SE6157 : Looking along the Foss by DS Pugh
SE6050 : Ouse Foss confluence by DS Pugh
SE6050 : Foss and Ouse Confluence by DS Pugh
SE6053 : Paved path beside the Foss by DS Pugh
SE6154 : River Foss and bridge by DS Pugh
SE6154 : River Foss near Yearsley Grove by DS Pugh
SE6051 : Foss from Hungate Bridge by DS Pugh
SE6051 : Hungate Bridge by DS Pugh
SE6052 : River Foss beside Foss Islands Road by DS Pugh

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Created: Tue, 28 Feb 2017, Updated: Tue, 28 Feb 2017

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