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Monumental trees in North Yorkshire

By species

By girth

LocationGirth Height
Ingleby Greenhow, Greenhow Bank above Old Sheepfold Farm10.75 m?
Studley Royal Deer Park, middle part of the Valley of the Seven Bridges 7.52 m34.60 m
Scarborough, Forge Valley, East Ayton 6.62 m34.00 m
Knaresborough, Conyngham Hall 6.28 m33.60 m
Studley Royal Deer Park, deer-park5.80 m?
Studley Royal Deer Park, drive up to the church from the main gate 5.20 m39.40 m
Duncombe Park, in the Rye Valley at Duncombe Park ~5.00 m43.20 m
Duncombe Park, the Rye Valley, Duncombe Park ~5.00 m42.00 m
Duncombe Park, Rye Valley ~4.80 m41.00 m
Sawley, Hebden Wood 4.75 m53.30 m
Harrogate, Ripley Castle 4.68 m~22.00 m
Goldsborough, of a house called Highfield ~4.60 m24.00 m
Duncombe Park, the Orangery on the terrace 4.50 m35.00 m
Duncombe Park, bottom of east facing escarpment below Ionic Temple and Dunc ~4.20 m36.20 m
Fountains Abbey, Skell valley just below the Abbey on the right ~4.15 m35.20 m
Wykeham Forest, Beedale valley 4.05 m44.00 m
Ebberston, the valley above the church ~4.00 m44.00 m
Duncombe Park, the Rye Valley opp lane over Mill Bridge ~4.00 m41.00 m
Girth = girth measured at 1.50 m
Height = estimated height
= one registered tree
= two registered trees
= more than two registered trees
= photo available
= top of tree lost/damaged by lighting
= not yet confirmed that tree really exists
= measurements older than 15 years

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