White Wells, Ilkley Moor - Added to Historic Buildings in the Yorkshire & the Humber region on the map at DroneScene.co.uk


I have just added this to the UK Map of places to fly your Drone at https://dronescene.co.uk

Apologies for video quality, was practising manual point of interest. Sorry :neutral_face: Old Spa Baths on Ilkley Moor, Stunning Location, easy parking on Wells Road



Used to play up there in my younger days, nice video Mick

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was it without your hat?



Wheear ‘ast tha bin sin’ ah saw thee, ah saw thee?
On Ilkla Mooar baht ‘at
Wheear ‘ast tha bin sin’ ah saw thee, ah saw thee?
Wheear ‘ast tha bin sin’ ah saw thee?
On Ilkla Mooar baht ‘at
On Ilkla Mooar baht ‘at
On Ilkla Mooar baht ‘at
Tha’s been a cooartin’ Mary Jane
Tha’s bahn’ to catch thy deeath o’ cowd
Then us’ll ha’ to bury thee
Then t’worms’ll come an’ eyt thee oop
Then t’ducks’ll come an’ eyt up t’worms
Then us’ll go an’ eyt up t’ducks
Then us’ll all ha’ etten thee
That’s wheear we get us ooan back

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Ba tat

Me or the other Mick lol

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any Yorkshireman really
see he knows what i mean :rofl:

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Any Yorkshireman will know.

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Thanks Mick.
Need to practice more



Yeah and every yorkshire man knows the war cry


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Nice work Micky. A nice piece of discrete video in an iconic site with many legal conservation designations. At the moment Bradford Council have not created a draconian drone policy they would rather alow the drone code to do its job. Its this sort of approach that will help keep it this way I am sure.

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Cheers Dave.
Was lovely up on the Moor Saturday morning. So many areas to video on the Moor.
Might have a crack at the Cow and Calf next

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Do you go everywhere in stealth mode lol :eyes:



One thought I have had is about the carved rocks. The area is one of the countries main hot spots for cup and rings. I dont think that these have been specifically targeted by ariel photos. Each carved rock has been 3d photographed, described and put ona gis system all by amateurs. Perhaps the 'friends of the Moor and archeology society would like to see the context of the rocks as this is one of the most puzzling questions



I’m a bit big for stealth mode. Ha ha
Thought I would get it in before one of the others commented



Let me know Dave if you fancy having a fly up there.
Happy to make one in

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