WHARRAM PERCY

Wharram Percy, a deserted medieval village in Yorkshire, has been occupied by humans since the Iron Age. Romans, Anglo-Saxons, Vikings, Normans have all lived there. The village is mentioned in the Domesday Book. The Village thrived until 1517 when Baron Hilton, the then landowner evicted the families and knocked down their homes to make room for extra sheep pasturage, when the wool industry was highly traded.

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WHARRAM CHALK WORKS

Myself and Charlene went back to the chalk works last night for a brief investigation.. We walked the same route as the previous night; last time we was aware of a track to the left hand side of the building.. We went to investigate this.. am pretty sure it was the old railway line… We jumped the fence and headed after a brief pause to remove my jeans which had become impaled on the barbed wire down the now pathway..

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