Skelton Beck


Skelton Beck flows from near Guisburgh, past Skelton and discharges into the sea at Saltburn. The railway viaduct over Skelton Beck near Skelton and Saltburn was opened in 1872. The beck was restocked with fish following a polution incident in March 2012, when pig slurry killed most of the fish.[1]

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Viaduct over Skelton beck.

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Waterfall at Skelton Beck

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Stepping Stones, Skelton Beck

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Stepping Stones

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Saltburn-by-the-Sea, Redcar & Cleveland taken 1963

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Skelton Beck, Saltburn-by-the-Sea

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Skelton Beck

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Weir on Skelton Beck

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Skelton Beck at Saltburn

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Skelton Beck

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Skelton Beck

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Saltburn-by-the-Sea
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Saltburn-by-the-Sea
- Overview About Saltburn Map Street View Saltburn-by-the-Sea is a costal town in Redcar and Cleveland, historically part of the North Riding of Yorkshire. Saltburn is situated by Skelton Beck and ...
Railway Viaduct over Skelton Beck
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Railway Viaduct over Skelton Beck
- A large 11 arched railway viaduct over Skelton Beck was built between 1865 to 1872 by the North Eastern Railway Company to serve the Skinningrove limestone mines.[1] Authorisation for the ...
Skelton Castle
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Skelton Castle
- Country house, c1770
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Skelton Beck, Saltburn By The Sea

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Thousands of trout released into Skelton Beck
- BBC Tees - 18 July 2015. "Thousands of sea trout have been released into a Teesside beck which is being brought back to life after it was polluted with pig slurry...."

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Valley Gardens, Saltburn
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Valley Gardens, Saltburn

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