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Sunset from The White Horse of Kilburn

Sunset over Vale of York from White Horse of Kilburn

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The Vale of York at sunset from the White Horse of Kilburn.

The White Horse was created in 1857 by locals on the Sutton Bank escarpment near the village of the same name in the North York Moors. It is visible for many miles and to ensure that it stays that way every few years the exposed chalk is given a fresh coat of whitewash.

Sunset from The White Horse of Kilburn was last modified: December 10th, 2017 by Gavin Dronfield

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