Notes submitted or commented on by kirmonkey
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Is there a sign here indicating that the bridleway to the north east exists? During a recent visit to the northern end of this track there was no indication/sign that it's a bridleway. It's not marked on the NYM rights of way map as a bridleway.
The driver said that it was impossible to drive along this road. Perhaps there are restrictions on travel or dimensions on it?
Ryedale Folk Museum
Unable to answer "What kind of building is this?" for https://osm.org/way/428429105 via StreetComplete 19.2:
no building here
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No crossing here.
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There is an estate 'scheduled ancient monument' permissive access sign here. Someone should go and have a look what's to the south down the track.
I don't think this track is here. At most it could be a (vague) path. Does anybody else have an opinion before I amend? (as somebody has gone to the trouble of giving it a name!) I continued east from this point and then turned north before the gate - all on good tracks.
Add The Croft as North branch here. Cuckmans East West.
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