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Cock Bridge, north of Towton

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Leeds Library & Information Services
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vol 5 y914.281wet
Cock Bridge, north of Towton
June 1904. Cock Bridge spanning Cock Beck, north of Towton. Cock Beck is an affluent of the River Wharfe at Tadcaster. The name may have come from the Old English 'cocc' meaning 'cock or 'woodcock'and 'bekkr' meaning 'stream'. The bridge probably took the place of a ford carrying the Roman Road from Tadcaster to the South.

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