7. Danby Castle, Duck Bridge and Fryup Dale
7a. Danby Castle and the Duck Bridge
Some of Danby Castle has been converted into a farmhouse, situated on the Danby Dale-Fryup road
Danby Castle, the farmhouse!
Danby Castle, the coat of arms of the de Brus and Latimer families
7b. Duck Bridge
The medieval (late 14th Century) packhorse Duck Bridge on the Danby-Little Fryup Dale road as a car is going over the ford.
A fine looking Bow Bridge in the snow.
Danby Castle in the background, as viewed through the medieval Duck Bridge on the road into Little Fryup Dale with the modern ford in the foreground. The upper carved coat or arms is that of the Neville, Lord Latimer.
7c. Fryup dale
Lots of humps all over the place towards Fryup dale Head from industrial workings from the last few centuries.
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