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DSCN0590.JPGlarge_DSCN0578.JPG[Nidderdale is named after the River Nidd. The River Nidd flows through Pateley Bridge and Knaresborogh ,before joining the River Ouse at Nun Monkon near York-----.img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/935071/large_DSCN0578.JPG]DSCN0592.JPGDSCN0591.JPGDSCN0593.JPGDSCN0587.JPGDSCN0589.JPGDSCN0586.JPGDSCN0585.JPGlarge_DSCN0584.JPGDSCN0582.JPGDSCN0581.JPGDSCN0580.JPGlarge_DSCN0578. NidderdaleJPGDSCN0577.JPGDSCN0576.JPGA day out i took from York,was by train to Harrogate, just over half an hour, then bus about an hour to Pateley Bridge in Nidderdale North Yorkshire in England. ----Pateley Bridge is a small market town,with a busy high street,with a wide selection of shops,including Englands oldest sweet shop. The sweet shop is from 1827, the building is older. The river is the river Nidd. The parish church is St. Cuthberts from the early 19th century. There is a good number of Tea Rooms in Pateley Bridge, also a Fish and Chip Shop.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------In Park Road , a side street off the High Street, is The Willow Tea Rooms/ Cafe, i had a Allday Breafast for £7.95p. LOVELY.--- 2 fried eggs,2 sausages, 2 slices fried bacon, 2 half tomatoes, mushrooms, black pudding, toast and butter also pot of tea.....----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------The bus journey from Harrogate was my first long distance ride by Electric Bus. Quiet and Clean. Harrogate to Pateley Bridge is 21km just over 13 miles.

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