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Page last updated at 11:50 GMT, Monday, 21 September 2009 12:50 UK
North Yorkshire webcams

Take a look at some landmarks and locations from around North Yorkshire - click on the links to see the latest webcam views. If you know of any others send the details to northyorkshire@bbc.co.uk

Harrogate Harlow Carr
Harrogate Harlow Carr

Our webcam at RHS Garden Harlow Carr in Harrogate overlooks the main borders.

The beds change dramatically with the seasons and are a mixture of colourful flowering perennials, ornamental grasses and shrubs from late spring through to late autumn.

This is a BBC webcam


Ingleborough
Ingleborough

Ingleborough is the second largest mountain in Yorkshire.

Together with Whernside and Penyghent it forms part of the three peaks on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.

Webcam image courtesy of www.ingleboroughwebcam.co.uk.

The BBC is not responsible for the content of external webcams.

If you discover an error with this image, please e-mail mail@ingleboroughwebcam.co.uk


Robin Hoods's Bay
Robin Hood's Bay

This webcam overlooks the picturesque fishing village of Robin Hood's Bay, situated on the North Yorkshire coast, between Whitby and Scarborough.

The village with its narrow streets and quaint cottages and houses, is one of the most beautiful villages on the English coastline.

Webcam image courtesy of www.RHBMesh.net.

The BBC is not responsible for the content of external webcams.

If you discover an error with this image, please e-mail visitor@rhbmesh.net


Scarborough South Bay
South Bay, Scarborough

This webcam is perched high above Scarborough Spa, so you can check out the tide, the weather and enjoy a great view of the South Bay.

In 1620 the medicinal benefits of the water trickling over the rocks were discovered by a Mrs Farrer.

By the 1690s the wells were famous and Scarborough had made its first steps not only as a Spa town but as the original English seaside resort.

This is a BBC webcam.

Skyreholme: Photo - skyreholme.org
Skyreholme

Skyreholme is a small hamlet near Appletreewick in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales.

Skyreholme is an old Norse name meaning 'bright water-meadow'.

This webcam overlooks the rocky summit of Simon's Seat.

Webcam image courtesy of www.skyreholme.org

The BBC is not responsible for the content of external webcams.

If you discover an error with this image, please e-mail jonathan@lynas.name


Swaledale. Photo:swaledaleyorkshire.com
Swaledale

This webcam looks south from Low Row in Swaledale, which is in the northern part of the Yorkshire Dales national park.

Over generations the people of the Dales have shaped the landscape and left a legacy of history, folklore and legend.

The language of the Vikings can still be heard all around in the local dialect and the village place names.

Webcam image courtesy of www.swaledaleyorkshire.com.

The BBC is not responsible for the content of external webcams.

If you discover an error with this image, please e-mail swaledale.yorkshire@btopenworld.com


Whitby H
Whitby harbour

This webcam is situated in the harbour at Whitby and looks out to sea, giving a fantastic view of the weather on the East Coast.

Whitby is still a working fishing port and the boats can be seen tied up along the harbourside after a day at sea.

The old town has hardly changed since Captain James Cook se