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- 53°49′45″n 0°51′16″w / 53.829054°n 0.854387°w / 53.829054; -0.854387 foggathorpe is a village and civil parish on the a163 road in the east riding of
- foggathorpe railway station was a station on the selby to driffield line in the east riding of yorkshire, england serving the village of foggathorpe. it
- 20 september 1954 high field - opened 1854, closed 20 september 1954 foggathorpe - opened 1853, closed 20 september 1954 holme moor - opened 1 august
- (8 km) north of howden. gribthorpe forms part of the civil parish of foggathorpe. in 1823 gribthorpe (also known as gripthorpe), was in the civil
- set in a rural environment. laytham forms part of the civil parish of foggathorpe. in 1823 laytham was in the parish of aughton and the wapentake of harthill
- it lies on the a163 road. it forms part of the civil parish of foggathorpe. in 1823 harlthorpe (then harlethorpe), was in the parish of bubwith
- fitling, flamborough, fleatwood, flinton, flockton, flockton green, foggathorpe, fordon, foston on the wolds, foxholes, fox royd, fraisthorpe, frickley
- rural district flamborough civil parish bridlington rural district foggathorpe civil parish howden rural district foston civil parish driffield rural