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"Rigg Mill"
Approximately three miles north-west of Robin Hood's Bay, Rigg Mill can be reached by a pathway through Larpool Woods which is said to be part of an old Monks Trod.
It is thought that a mill has been on this site since before 1316 as an account of a dispute between the Abbot of Whitby, who owned the land and Sir Alexander de Percy, the tenant is described in a book by Charlton.
A photograph by Frank Sutcliffe, one of the masters of Victorian Pictorial Photography.

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Ref: 14-17 *

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"Rigg Mill"
Approximately three miles north-west of Robin Hood's Bay, Rigg Mill can be reached by a pathway through Larpool Woods which is said to be part of an old Monks Trod.
It is thought that a mill has been on this site since before 1316 as an account of a dispute between the Abbot of Whitby, who owned the land and Sir Alexander de Percy, the tenant is described in a book by Charlton.
A photograph by Frank Sutcliffe, one of the masters of Victorian Pictorial Photography.

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Item added to cart