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Fewston Reservoir

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Fewston Reservoir
Image of a reservoir with water cascading on the overflow
Reservoir, with the overflow in the foreground
Location of reservoir in North Yorkshire, England
Location of reservoir in North Yorkshire, England
Fewston Reservoir
LocationYorkshire
Coordinates53°59′10″N 1°43′29″W / 53.9861°N 1.7246°W / 53.9861; -1.7246
Typereservoir
Primary inflowsWashburn
Primary outflowsSwinsty Reservoir
Basin countriesUnited Kingdom

Fewston Reservoir is located in the Washburn valley north of Otley and west of Harrogate in Yorkshire, England. It was built in 1879. The capacity is about 3.5 million cubic metres. It can be found from the A59 road. The overflow from the reservoir feeds directly into the adjoining Swinsty Reservoir. Formerly, this overflow was encircled by a metal walkway from which floodboards could be lowered,[1] but this has since been removed. The reservoir is the property of Yorkshire Water, which manages it for the benefit of walkers, anglers and wildlife. Situated in the charming Washburn valley, sharing an embankment with Swinsty Reservoir, Fewston is popular with walkers and runners.[2] Cyclists and horse-riders can also make use of their own permitted tracks in the surrounding woodlands.

Construction

The reservoir was built by the Leeds Waterworks Company under the management of Robert Brooks. Consultants were Thomas Hawksley of Westminster and Edward Filliter of Leeds. Work began in 1874 and was completed in 1879.[3]

Early in the work, Fewston Mill was demolished, as was West House Mill at Blubberhouses, with the stone going to build a wall around the reservoir.[3] Much of the machinery, including the locomotives for the narrow gauge railway, came from the construction of neighbouring Swinsty Reservoir.

Accessibility

There are accessible toilets at Swinsty Moor car park with accessible parking there and at Blubberhouses car park. There are no steps, stiles or gates and the reservoir features wide, well surfaced paths with only a few moderate inclines.[4]

References

  1. ^ Washburn Valley Yesterday Vol II by David Alred. ISBN 1-85825-160-5
  2. ^ "Fewston Reservoir Walks". Walks in Yorkshire. Retrieved 16 February 2019.
  3. ^ a b Lesser Railways of the Yorkshire Dales and the Dam Builders in the Age of Steam by Harold D Bowtell, ISBN 1-871980-09-7
  4. ^ "Fewston Reservoir". Yorkshire Water. Retrieved 31 May 2018.

External links

This page was last edited on 11 August 2020, at 02:33
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