The Cleveland Way :: Shared Description

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The Cleveland Way is a National Trail in ancient Cleveland in northern England. It runs 110 miles (177 km) between Helmsley and the Brigg at Filey, skirting the North York Moors National Park.
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by Mick Garratt
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TA0391 : The Cleveland Way north of Scalby Ness by N Chadwick
TA1082 : The Cleveland Way, Newbiggin Cliff by N Chadwick
TA0883 : The Cleveland Way by N Chadwick
NZ7120 : Hummersea Cliff by Mick Garratt
NZ8612 : A174 at Sandsend by Malc McDonald
NZ8315 : Post, Kettleness by Mick Garratt
TA0983 : Caravans by the Cleveland Way by N Chadwick
TA0391 : The Cleveland Way near Scalby Ness by N Chadwick
NZ5503 : Boulder, Garfit Gap by Mick Garratt
NZ5703 : Footpath, Hasty Bank by Mick Garratt
NZ5503 : Wainstones by Mick Garratt
NZ6014 : Looking Down Green Hill by Mick Garratt
TA0983 : Cleveland Way by N Chadwick
TA1182 : The Cleveland Way, North Cliff by N Chadwick
SE5084 : Cleveland Way above South Woods by Chris Heaton
NZ6107 : Cattle Grid, Warren Moor by Mick Garratt
NZ9507 : Cleveland Way near Robin Hood's Bay by Malc McDonald
NZ9408 : Public Footpath Junction, Oakham Beck by Mick Garratt
NZ9506 : Cleveland Way near Robin Hood's Bay by Malc McDonald
NZ6101 : Disused Railway, Bloworth Crossing by Mick Garratt
NZ9407 : Cleveland Way near Robin Hood's Bay by Malc McDonald
NZ8811 : Cleveland Way near Whitby by Malc McDonald
SE5181 : View from Roulston Scar by Chris Heaton
SE5484 : Cleveland Way heading towards Cold Kirby by Chris Heaton
TA1082 : Sugar beet by the Cleveland Way by N Chadwick

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Created: Mon, 1 Mar 2010, Updated: Mon, 1 Mar 2010

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