River Ouse (8) - York to Linton Lock

near Overton, River Ouse
River Ouse near Overton.
Elbrich at Red House Landing, River Ouse
Dutch barge Elbrich moored at Red House Landing.
Beningbrough, River Ouse
Passing Beningbrough.
mouth of River Nidd, River Ouse
A mile beyond Beningbrough the Ouse makes a right turn, while the unnavigable River Nidd is straight ahead, marked by buoys. The little church of St Mary at Nun Monkton is hidden in the trees ahead.
mouth of River Nidd, River Ouse
The mouth of the inviting but unnavigable River Nidd.
mouth of River Nidd, River Ouse
Looking back to the confluence of the Ouse and the Nidd. The Ouse turns left here, with the Nidd coming in from the right.
Beningbrough Hall Water Tower, River Ouse
Pump House and Water Tower in the grounds of Beningbrough Hall on the east (right hand) bank.
Newton-on-Ouse, River Ouse
The village of Newton-on-Ouse appears ahead, dominated by the spire of All Saint's church.
Linton Lock, River Ouse
Around a wide bend Linton Lock appears.