Sunday, August 2, 1998 Published at 01:37 GMT 02:37 UK
A few of your favourite Yorkshire things
As Yorkshire celebrates Yorkshire Day, the BBC's local television station asked viewers what makes the county so special.
Sunday is officially Yorkshire Day when people in that proud county will be sampling the traditional delights on offer, such as Yorkshire pudding, Tetley bitter, and of course the views.
But what is it that makes Yorkshire so special for the people who live there?
Top of their list was the North York Moors Railway - nominated by Brian Rushton and Richard Brown - which is a steam railway that runs 18 miles from Grosmont to Pickering through spectacular scenery.
She returns there annually, along with her two sisters, one who comes all the way from Canada.
The cathedral, which was was started in 1220 but not finished until 200 years later, is full of ornate carvings.
They are made of millstone grit which was worn away during the ice age.
"Even with quite an industrial view, it's quite beautiful in its way," she says.
In the evening, "the sunsets are absolutely fantastic."
But for Andrew who e-mailed the BBC, his favourite place in Yorkshire is the piece of grass with a sign above it reading "Lincolnshire."
Other nominated spots: