THE COACH HOUSE - GRETA BRIDGE

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    Coming out of the Morritt Arms Hotel and turning right to cross the old humped bridge over the River Greta and you arrive at the splendid property of the Coach House. Until 1845 this was the original Morritt Arms that would have hosted Turner and the other artists, guidebook writers and "sentimental tourists" who came to Teesside in the wake of the publication of Sir Walter Scott's narrative poem: Rokeby, published in 1813. Today our walk will be turning off right here to negotiate the underpass of the A66 bypass and head north to Mortham Wood.
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    summonedbyfells
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    Resource type: Image
    Added by: Simon Cotterill
    Last modified: 2 years, 8 months ago
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