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‘Spawning Salmon’ sculpture by Michael Leisener

Wetherby town from the bridge
Wetherby bridge
Riverside apartments and the weir across the Wharfe
Wetherby town hall
Street corner in Wetherby
Weir Garth
Wetherby; 'leaping salmon' sculpture by the weir across the River Wharfe.

The town centre from the bridge.

The original bridge was built in 1233. The present bridge was widened and raised in 1826.

Riverside apartments.

Market stalls in front of the town hall. The current building dates from 1845.

A quiet street corner in Wetherby.

Weir Garth.

The market town of Wetherby was, historically, a  staging post on the Great North Road, being mid way between London and Edinburgh.

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