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SE4738 : Field of Barley - The Yorkist Lines by Chris Heaton Field of Barley - The Yorkist Lines by Chris Heaton
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War of the Roses - Battle of Towton, Palm Sunday, 29th March 1461 The... (more)
SE4739 : Jogger on the Old London Road, heading to Towton by Christine Johnstone Jogger on the Old London Road, heading to Towton by Christine Johnstone
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A public bridleway which is on the Towton Battlefield Trail. Part of the site of... (more)
SE4740 : The Old London Road, heading to Towton by Christine Johnstone The Old London Road, heading to Towton by Christine Johnstone
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A public bridleway, also forming part of the Towton Battlefield Trail. The trail... (more)
SE4736 : Memorial Stone, All Saints churchyard #1 by Mike Kirby Memorial Stone, All Saints churchyard #1 by Mike Kirby
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Erected by the Towton Battlefield Society 26-4-2005, close to Lord Dacre’s Tomb.... (more)
SE4839 : Towton Battlefield Trail, alongside the B1217 by Christine Johnstone Towton Battlefield Trail, alongside the B1217 by Christine Johnstone
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Looking northwards.The trail is a permissive path, with signposts and... (more)
SE4739 : Interpretation panel no. 8, Towton Battlefield Trail by Christine Johnstone Interpretation panel no. 8, Towton Battlefield Trail by Christine Johnstone
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The trail is a wide permissive path, with signposts and interpretation panels.... (more)
SE4739 : Towton Battlefield Trail, heading north by Christine Johnstone Towton Battlefield Trail, heading north by Christine Johnstone
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A wide permissive path, with signposts and interpretation panels. Part of the... (more)
SE4738 : Cereal field on the summit of a low hill, south of Towton by Christine Johnstone Cereal field on the summit of a low hill, south of Towton by Christine Johnstone
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Part of the site of the bloody Battle of Towton, 29th March 1461. 28,000 people died.
SE4738 : Towton Battlefield Trail, above Renshaw Woods by Christine Johnstone Towton Battlefield Trail, above Renshaw Woods by Christine Johnstone
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A wide permissive path, with signposts and interpretation panels. Part of the... (more)
SE4738 : Cross at the Battle of Towton battlefield 29-3-1461 by Ian S Cross at the Battle of Towton battlefield 29-3-1461 by Ian S
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Said to have been the bloodiest battle on British soil.
SE4539 : Track  and  Bridleway  toward  Lodge  Farm by Martin Dawes Track and Bridleway toward Lodge Farm by Martin Dawes
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On these fields and the land over to the left on Palm Sunday the 29th March... (more)
SE4740 : Site of Bloody Bridge over Cock Beck on Old London Road by Ian S Site of Bloody Bridge over Cock Beck on Old London Road by Ian S
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On this site many Lancastrians were slaughtered at the battle of Towton, Wars of... (more)
SE4738 : Memorial Cross to the Battle of Towton, 28-3-1461 by Ian S Memorial Cross to the Battle of Towton, 28-3-1461 by Ian S
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SE4740 : The valley of Cock Beck by Christine Johnstone The valley of Cock Beck by Christine Johnstone
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Looking north from the Old London Road, towards Tadcaster and the very distant... (more)
Tags: Battle of Towton   subject:BattlefieldX   beck:CockX   type:GeographX   top:Historic Sites and ArtefactsX   ValleyX  
SE4740 : Trees along Cock Beck by Christine Johnstone Trees along Cock Beck by Christine Johnstone
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Part of the site of the bloody Battle of Towton, 29th March 1461. 28,000 people died.
Tags: Battle of Towton   subject:BattlefieldX   beck:CockX   type:GeographX   top:Historic Sites and ArtefactsX   top:LowlandsX   ValleyX  
SE4740 : Cock Beck near the Old London Road by Christine Johnstone Cock Beck near the Old London Road by Christine Johnstone
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Part of the site of the bloody Battle of Towton, 29th March 1461. 28,000 people... (more)
SE4739 : Woodland in the valley of Cock Beck by Christine Johnstone Woodland in the valley of Cock Beck by Christine Johnstone
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Part of the site of the bloody Battle of Towton, 29th March 1461. 28,000 people died.
SE4739 : East side of the valley of Cock Beck by Christine Johnstone East side of the valley of Cock Beck by Christine Johnstone
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Part of the site of the bloody Battle of Towton, 29th March 1461. 28,000 people died.
Tags: Battle of Towton   subject:BattlefieldX   beck:CockX   type:GeographX   top:Historic Sites and ArtefactsX   top:LowlandsX   ValleyX  
SE4738 : Sheep pasture above Renshaw Woods by Christine Johnstone Sheep pasture above Renshaw Woods by Christine Johnstone
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Part of the site of the bloody Battle of Towton, 29th March 1461. 28,000 people died.
SE4738 : On the east back of Cock Beck, above Renshaw Woods by Christine Johnstone On the east back of Cock Beck, above Renshaw Woods by Christine Johnstone
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Part of the site of the bloody Battle of Towton, 29th March 1461. 28,000 people died.
SE4738 : Sheep pasture on the west bank of Cock Beck by Christine Johnstone Sheep pasture on the west bank of Cock Beck by Christine Johnstone
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Part of the site of the bloody Battle of Towton, 29th March 1461. 28,000 people died.
SE4736 : Memorial Stone, All Saints churchyard #2 by Mike Kirby Memorial Stone, All Saints churchyard #2 by Mike Kirby
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The carving on the rear of the stone depicting the Battle of Towton.
SE4739 : Permitted Access Path around the Battle of Towton Site by Ian S Permitted Access Path around the Battle of Towton Site by Ian S
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SE4539 : Lodge  Farm by Martin Dawes Lodge Farm by Martin Dawes
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From the bridleway over the Battle of Towton site, it spread over a large area.
SE4738 : Battlefield Trail, Towton [2] by Christine Johnstone Battlefield Trail, Towton [2] by Christine Johnstone
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Heading south alongside the B1217, to the battle lines. Eggborough and... (more)
SE4636 : The Crooked Billet, Saxton #2 by Mike Kirby The Crooked Billet, Saxton #2 by Mike Kirby
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The Battle of Towton information board can be found by the stepped entrance to the pub.
SE4738 : Fought over farmland, Towton by Christine Johnstone Fought over farmland, Towton by Christine Johnstone
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Looking east from the cross on the B1217. Drax power station is on the horizon.
SE4738 : Battlefield Trail, Towton [1] by Christine Johnstone Battlefield Trail, Towton [1] by Christine Johnstone
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Looking west from the cross, towards Renshaw Woods.
SE4740 : Cock Beck from Old London Road by Ian S Cock Beck from Old London Road by Ian S
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SE4740 : Footbridge over Cock Beck by Ian S Footbridge over Cock Beck by Ian S
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On Old London Road.
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