East Yorkshire

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East Yorkshire is a county of England formed in 1996 and roughly equivalent to the traditional East Riding of Yorkshire which was abolished in 1974, but excluding Filey, the tongue of land between the rivers Ouse and Derwent, and Kingston upon Hull, and including Goole, Marshland and Snaith. The county town is Beverley.

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