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Wharram Percy

 
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Route In to the Village

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Road signs to Wharram Percy from Sledmere
 
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Sign post in carpark
 
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Course of original route into village
 
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View from path towards village
 
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View from path towards village
 
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View from path towards village
 
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View to railway (in tree-lined valley)
 
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Left over railway, right over stream
 
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Bridge over mid-19th C. railway (disused)
 
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Bridge over mid-19th C. railway
 
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Bridge over mid-19th C. railway
 
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Overgrown trackway over bridge
 
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Stream from pond runs beneath railway bridge
 
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Site Explanation

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Site description
 
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Site description
 
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Artist's impression of the village
 
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Village explanation
 
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Site plan
 
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Site plan close-up
 
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Explanation
 
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Setting

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St Martin's Church, setting
 
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St Martin's Church, setting
 
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St Martin's Church, setting
 
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St Martin's church, setting
 
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St Martin's church, setting
 
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Church ruins
 
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Church ruins
 
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Church ruins
 
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Church ruins
 
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Church ruins
 
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Church ruins
 
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Looking upstream at source of water
 
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St Martin's Church, setting
 
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St Martin's Church, setting
 
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Graveyard
 
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St Martin's Church, setting
 
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St Martin's Church

Exterior
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Development 10th - 19th Century
 
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North elevation
 
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South elevation
 
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Church ruins
 
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Wall excavation
 
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Use of different materials
 
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Northwest view
 
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Western end St Martin's Church
 
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Wall excavation
 
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North wall
 
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Line of old roof
 
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Excavation of earlier walls
 
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Excavation eastern end
 
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Excavation on south side
 
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Early stone carving
 
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Early stone carving
 
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Early stone carving
 
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Excavation on south side
 
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Collapsed tower
 
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Collapsed tower
 
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Collapsed tower
 
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Collapsed tower
 
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North wall and tower
 
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Collapsed tower
 
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Collapsed tower
 
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Collapsed tower
 
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Collapsed tower
 
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Collapsed tower
 
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Interior
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Interior
 
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Interior walls
 
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Pillar
 
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Base of a pillar
 
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Base of a pillar
 
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Different types of stonework
 
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Porch
 
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Doorway
 
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Inside the tower
 
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Tower from the nave
 
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The nave
 
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Window
 
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Window detail
 
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Window detail
 
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Window detail
 
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Window detail
 
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Window detail
 
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Window detail
 
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Graveyard

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St Martin's graveyard
 
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St Martin's Church, tombstone
 
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St Martin's Church, tombstone
 
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St Martin's Church, gravestone
 
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Gravestone
 
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Gravestone
 
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Tombstone c.1906
 
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Tombstone c.1820
 
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Tombstone c.1834
 
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Tombstone c.1840
 
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Tombstone c.1846
 
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17th Century tombstone
 
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17th Century tombstone detail
 
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17th Century tombstone detail
 
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17th Century tombstone detail
 
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Early 19th century tombstone
 
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Early 19th century tombstone
 
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Pond area

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Wharram Percy pond
 
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Wharram Percy pond
 
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Pond
 
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Medieval dam
 
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View towards feeder stream entry
 
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Stream flows into pond from valley
 
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Village pond outfall
 
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The pond is south of the church
 
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Explanation of pond dam building
 
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Earth works

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Explanation of peasants long_house
 
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Peasant long-house
 
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Excavated plan
 
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Excavation of peasant long-house
 
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Excavation of peasant long-house
 
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Earthworks
 
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Earthworks
 
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Earthworks
 
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Highlights to show line of earthworks
 
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Explanation of the barn
 
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Excavation of the Peasants long house
 
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Excavation of the Peasants long house
 
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Highlights to show line of earthworks
 
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Cottages

(formerly late 19th early 20th century railway station)

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Cottages and vicarage remains
 
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Explanation of cottages
 
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Cottages
 
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Cottages
 
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Explanation of station sign
 
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Restored railway station sign
 
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Restored station sign
 
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Vicarage remains looking south to north
 
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Excavation of vicarage remains
 
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Vicarage remains looking north to south
 
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Cottages
 
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Vicarage remains
 
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St Martin's Church, excavation of vicarage
 
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Vicarage remains looking north to south
 
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Vicarage remains looking north to south
 
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Temporary residents in the cottages
 
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Temporary residents in the cottages
 
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Temporary residents in the cottages
 
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Temporary residents in the cottages
 
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Temporary residents in the cottages
 
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Temporary residents in the cottages
 
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Last remaining resident
 

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