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Oughtershaw
Oughtershaw is located in North Yorkshire
Oughtershaw
Oughtershaw
Location within North Yorkshire
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54°13′47″N 2°12′10″W / 54.229710°N 2.202830°W / 54.229710; -2.202830

Oughtershaw is a hamlet in the Yorkshire Dales, North Yorkshire, England. It lies on a road it shares with other small villages. Gayle, Deepdale, Yockenthwaite and Hubberholme. Contrary to popular belief the river running past Oughtershaw is not the Wharfe; it is Oughtershaw Beck, which runs down to Beckermonds and then merges with Greenfield Beck to source the River Wharfe at the Langstrothdale chase.

View of Oughtershaw
View of Oughtershaw

Oughtershaw is one of the hamlets on the Dales Way a long distance walk that starts in the West Yorkshire town of Ilkey and travels eighty two miles to Windermere in Cumbria

Oughtershaw. A piece of bleakest Yorkshire, but smiling in the sunshine through its bare miles of tufted grass. The air had the sharp sweetness which is found only on the top-most Pennines.[1]James Herriot

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References

  1. ^ James Herriot's Yorkshire (1979), James Herriot, St. Martin's

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