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Melbourne Airfield looking NE from 3000ft. This WW2 airfield is home to a few light aircraft and is used for drag racing.Great cross country soaring conditions with nice evenly spaced cumulus clouds as far as the eye can see. Notice the cloud shadows give you a good idea of how far away the clouds in the distance are and whether you can reach them.Poclington Airfield POC home of Wolds Gliding Club looking South. The turn point is the runway intersection.Ripon Cathedral RIP looking South from 4500ft. The turn point is the central cathedral tower.The Humber Estuary looking East from 9000ft in blue wave.Rufforth Airfield RUF home of York Gliding Centre looking West from 7000ft in blue Wave. The turning point is the intersection of the N/S and NW/SE runways on the north side of the airfield.Saltby Airfield SBY looking North from 4000ft. This is the home of Buckminster Gliding Club. The turning point is the centre of the small triangle where all 3 runways almost meet.Wetherby Race Course looking South East from 7,600ft in wave.Great cross country weather soaring weather. Picture taken close to A1M / A64 Junction looking north towards Wetherby.York Minster YOR turing point looking south east from 4000ft. The turn point is the minster's central tower.York Minster YOR looking south from 4000ft.Pontefract PCT turn point (M62/ Old A1M roundabout) looking East from 4000ft.Beverley BEV Turn Point (roundabout where 5 roads meet east of the town) looking West.Breighton Airfield looking north west.Acaster Malbis Airfield from 8000ft looking South.Castle Howard CAH looking south from 4000ft.Doncaster DON (Now deleted due to Class D Airspace) A1M / M18 J2 looking East from 4500ft.Doncaster Dome Lake is situated in the middle of the old airfield site that was home to Doncaster & District Gliding Club before the move to Burn in approx 1984. This picture was taken as work began on building the new fooball stadium.Doncaster's Lakeside shopping centre, Dome Lake, new football stadium and athletics track are all situated on the old arfield site. Pictured from approx 4500ft.Doncaster North West DNW Adwick junction on A1M looking South.Garforth, Leeds GAF turn point looking East. The actual turn point is the road bridge over the railway just this side of the large industrial aera in the middle of the picture.Holme on Spalding Moor airfield looking NE. All the runwaysa have been removed but the old WW2 hangars still remain (used for grain storage) and the old technical camp is now an industrial estate.