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Church on Vaughan Street, North Skelton

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North Skelton Club

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St Peter's Church, North Skelton

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Double Bridge, North Skelton

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Allotments at North Skelton

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Bridge over disused railway line

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North Skelton Ironstone Mine
- The mine was opened in the late 19th century. By 1921 the mine was employing 476 people (367 working below ground, 109 at the surface).[1] The mine was closed on the ...

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