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East Riding of Yorkshire, Yorkshire and the Humber
latitude: 53.92, longitude: -0.55
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East Riding of Yorkshire is a county in Yorkshire and the Humber at latitude 53°55′12″ North, longitude 0°33′00″ West.


The county of East Yorkshire (properly known as The East Riding of Yorkshire, sometimes known as the East Riding), in the Yorkshire and the Humber region of England, is one of the biggest unitary authorities in England.

The county overall

The county has no cities, but the city of Kingston upon Hull is a unitary authority enclosed by the East Riding.

August 2007

None of the towns are well covered yet. Not all of the primary roads are complete. Holderness which lies between the city of Hull and the North Sea Sea is completely blank. Some work between York and Bridlington has been started. A block west of Hull from the Humber north to Market Weighton and Beverley is under way in detail. A large swathe from North Cave west to Goole and the small part of the county south of the Ouse are all untouched. The boundaries with the other parts of Yorkshire are incomplete or missing. In short, there's a lot to do.

There has been a concerted effort to position the villages on the map, so the list below shows them on the map, but most are not yet linked by any road.

September 2007

The Boundaries are drawn with all surrounding counties and unitary authorities. More of the main roads are shown and a few villages are complete in good detail. The positioning of villages continues. Railway coverage has improved.

October 2007

More progress with minor rural roads, villages and some towns. Cycleway and footpaths are improving. Most trunk/primary roads are in place and checking of status is under way. Rail detail and waterway detail has improved a little, including improving some coastline accuracy. The placement of villages with NPE data has continued leaving some positioned in blank areas encouraging roads to be added.

November 2007

Inter-urban A roads are believed to be complete (12:26, 14 November 2007 (UTC))

December 2007

A lot of work done on the position of all of the villages in the county. The out-of-copyright maps show places that do not get recognised today on the ground. The list of villages still has a number of places that need checking on the ground. The mapping of the detail in villages and towns continue. Some more public footpaths have been added along with some woodland. More of the minor, rural roads have been added. The list of larger villages that are 'Done' is growing.

January 2008

More of the smaller villages and hamlets between Howden and Beverley and around Driffield were completed. More detail was added to the north-west and the west Hull suburbs.

February 2008

Much more detail in the villages around Driffield. More Wolds villages complete. Cottingham was completed and more detail added to the southern side of Beverley.

March 2008

The area around the west of Hull has improved quite a lot. The small town of Hessle has had its first pass completed. Anlaby Common is also completed.

August 2008

The market town of Beverley is complete. The small town of Withernsea has had its first pass completed.

Hull

Although Hull is not strictly in East Yorkshire, it is surrounded by it. All of the public roads and many of the obvious amenities are mapped.

Towns

Town Name On Map % Done Notes
Beverley Yes 100%
Bridlington Yes 50%
Driffield Yes 100%
Goole Yes 100%
Hedon Yes 100%
Hessle Yes 100%
Hornsea Yes 15%
Howden Yes 100%
Market Weighton Yes 100%
Pocklington Yes 100%
Snaith Yes 0%
South Cave Yes 100%
Withernsea Yes 95%

Villages and Hamlets

There are a lot of villages in the county - it's a big county. The list below is based on Wikipedia info and it includes hamlets, some of which may no longer really exist on the ground. These are now being marked as place=locality to show where they were and as a more accurate indication than some of other mapping products which still show these places as though they still exist ;-)

The %Done column below is an indication of progress towards a reasonable level of detail for the place shown. This is at least all of the roads with their names and any local landmarks such as schools, pubs, churches or any other obvious place or likely destination. More detail is always better, but with such a large task '100% done' means a basic covering of roads and amenities and gives a good first pass.

Please feel free to amend this list to make it more accurate.

A

Village Name On Map % Done Contact Notes
Adlingfleet Yes 100%
Aike Yes 100%
Airmyn Yes 100%
Aldbrough Yes 100%
Allerthorpe Yes 100%
Anlaby Yes 100%
Anlaby Common Yes 100%
Arnold Yes 100%
Arram Yes 100%
Asselby Yes 100%
Atwick Yes 100%
Aughton Yes 100%

B

Village Name On Map % Done Contact Notes
Bainton Yes 100%
Balkholme Yes 100%
Barmby Moor Yes 100% A couple of new developments with no names yet
Barmby on the Marsh Yes 100%
Barmston Yes 0%
Beeford Yes 100%
Belby No 0% Looks like a pub and not much else. Chillly
Bellasize Locality 0% A farm called Bellasize Grange and a road called Bellasize lane are all the evidence on the ground. The area has no place name boards even though the ERoY council has put up boards on all occupied villages and hamlets. I therefore mark this as a locality. Chillly 19:27, 19 January 2008 (UTC)
Bempton Yes 0%
Bennetland Locatity 0% Currently marked on the map, but not sure this really is a place today. Chillly Checked, no real place to be seen. There is a Bennetland Lane, but the area has no place name boards even though the ERoY council has put up boards on all occupied villages and hamlets. I therefore mark this as a locality. Chillly 17:30, 27 June 2008 (UTC)
Benningholme No 0% Not sure this place currently exists on the ground. More investigation required. Chillly 21:59, 12 December 2007 (UTC) Confirmed no sign of this place at all, except for a road name in Skirlaugh. Chillly 18:30, 28 November 2008 (UTC)
Bentley Yes 100%
Bessingby Yes 0%
Beswick Yes 100%
Bewholme Yes 100%
Bielby Yes 100%
Bilton Yes 100%
Bishop Burton Yes 100%
Bishop Wilton Yes 100%
Blacktoft Yes 100%
Bolton Yes 100%
Booth Yes 100%
Boothferry No 0% There is a bridge called Boothferry Bridge, and a very small place called Booth, but no place called Boothferry. I have removed it from the map. Chillly 18:19, 31 October 2008 (UTC)
Boynton Yes 70%
Brandesburton Yes 100%
Brantingham Yes 100%
Breighton Yes 100%
Brigham Yes 100%
Brind Yes 100%
Broadgate No 0% There is no evidence of this hamlet on the ground. It is in this list because of a Wikipedia entry for the hamlet. The ERoY Council has diligently put up signs for all of the villages and hamlets in the county and there is not one for Broadgate. There was a hospital called Broadgates close to the Wikipedia location which now has a housing estate on the spot - maybe this is the reason for the entry.
Broomfleet Yes 100%
Brough Yes 100% Some say It's a town. All of the roads and most amenities are mapped. It, with Elloughton, makes a big place with much more detail to add.
Bubwith Yes 100%
Buckton Yes 100%
Bugthorpe Yes 100%
Burnby Yes 100%
Bursea Locality 0% This is now just farms and a couple of houses. There is a sign to Bursea (and Hasholme), but the area has no place name boards even though the ERoY council has put up boards on all occupied villages and hamlets. I therefore mark this as a locality. Chillly 15:11, 24 December 2007 (UTC)
Burshill Yes 100% The hamlet does not have a sign, but is a big enough place get a mark as a hamlet.
Burstwick Yes 100%
Burton Agnes Yes 100% Joined up two sections of the National Byway too Chillly 11:27, 3 July 2009 (UTC)
Burton Constable No 0% No village exists on the ground. There is the fine country house of Burton Constable Hall. Chillly
Burton Fleming Yes 100%
Burton Pidsea Yes 100%

C - D

Village Name On Map % Done Contact Notes
Camerton Yes 100%
Carnaby Yes 100% Including the carnaby industrial estate Chillly 11:29, 3 July 2009 (UTC)
Catfoss Yes 100%
Catwick Yes 100%
Cherry Burton Yes 100%
Church End Locality 0% There is a church but the area has no place name boards even though the ERoY council has put up boards on all occupied villages and hamlets. I therefore mark this as a locality. Chillly 19:27, 19 January 2008 (UTC)
Coniston Yes 100%
Cotness Locality 0% Cotness Hall with a farm and a house. There is a sign to Cotness, but the area has no place name boards even though the ERoY council has put up boards on all occupied villages and hamlets. I therefore mark this as a locality.
Cottam No 0% Not sure this a place today. More investigation required. Chillly
Cottingham Yes 100% Still more ameniies to add, but roads, schools, pubs etc complete for the biggest village in England.
Cowden Yes 100% Merged with Great Cowden, see below.
Cowlam Yes 100%
Croome No 0% Not sure this is now more than a farm. There was a medieval village of Croome. Chillly
Danthorpe Yes 100%
Drewton Yes 100% Small hamlet around Drewton Manor
Dringhoe Locality 0% No evidence on the ground. No sign, even though ERoY council has refreshed the signs. Chillly
Dunnington Yes 100%
Dunswell Yes 100%

E - F

Village Name On Map % Done Contact Notes
Easington Yes 100%
East Cottingwith Yes 100%
East Cowick Yes 0%
East Newton No 0% Looks like its just a farm. Needs checking. Chillly No signs, just a farm. Chillly 17:24, 24 October 2008 (UTC)
Eastburn No 0% Just a farm. No village signs no roads signs, so removed.
Eastrington Yes 100%
Ellerker Yes 100%
Ellerton Yes 100%
Elloughton Yes 100%
Elmswell Yes 0%
Elstronwick Yes 100%
Emmotland Locality 0% No sign of habitation in this place, even though signs point to it. There is a fishing lake but the area has no place name boards even though the ERoY council has put up boards on all occupied villages and hamlets. I therefore mark this as a locality. Chillly 19:27, 19 January 2008 (UTC)
Eppleworth Yes 100% Small Hamlet
Eske Locality 100% The road from Tickton, signed as Eske Only, fissles out at two farms. The area has no place name boards yet the ERoY council has put up boards on all occupied villages and hamlets. I therefore mark this as a locality. Chillly 16:08, 28 January 2008 (UTC)
Etherdwick No 0% Only seems to be a farm Etherdwick Grange. Needs checking. Chillly
Etton Yes 100%
Everingham Yes 100%
Everthorpe Yes 100%
Fangfoss Yes 100%
Faxfleet Yes 100%
Fimber Yes 100%
Fitling Yes 100%
Flamborough Yes 100%
Flinton Yes 100%
Foggathorpe Yes 100%
Fordon Yes 100% Fordon Bank nature reserve nearby still to do
Foston on the Wolds Yes 100%
Fraisthorpe Yes 100%
Fridaythorpe Yes 100% Some roads renamed to correct previous mistakes. Chillly 16:39, 1 July 2008 (UTC)
Full Sutton Yes 100%

G

Village Name On Map % Done Contact Notes
Ganstead Yes 100%
Gardham No 0% Alternative (more modern) name for Low Gardham (see below)
Garton Yes 100%
Garton on the Wolds Yes 50%
Gembling Yes 100%
Gilberdyke Yes 100%
Givendale Yes 100% Old name Great Givendale. The name boards say Givendale. Chillly 17:17, 7 July 2009 (UTC)
Goodmanham Yes 100%
Goole Fields Yes 100%
Gowdall Yes 100%
Gowthorpe Yes 100%
Goxhill Yes 100%
Gransmoor Yes 100%
Great Cowden No 0% The sign for the village says Cowden. The only evidence for Great Cowden is a sign towards a caravan park, yet at the park it is call Cowden Holiday Park.
Great Hatfield Yes 100%
Great Kelk No 0% Merged with Little Kelk to become Kelk Chillly 16:16, 30 August 2008 (UTC)
Gribthorpe Yes 100% I left this place as a hamlet, even though there is no place name. Too big to ignore. Chillly 17:48, 14 March 2008 (UTC)
Grimston Yes 100%
Grindale Yes 0%

H

Village Name On Map % Done Contact Notes
Haisthorpe Yes 100%
Halsham Yes 100%
Harlthorpe Yes 100%
Harpham Yes 100%
Harswell Yes 100%
Hasholme Locality 0% This is now just Hasholme Grange. The area has no place name boards yet the ERoY council has put up boards on all occupied villages and hamlets. I therefore mark this as a locality. Chillly 15:12, 24 December 2007 (UTC)
Hayton Yes 100%
Hempholme Locality 0% A couple of farms, not really a hamlet. The area has no place name boards yet the ERoY council has put up boards on all occupied villages and hamlets. I therefore mark this as a locality. Chillly 18:32, 25 August 2008 (UTC)
High Catton Yes 100%
High Gardham Historic 0% This is now just a single farm. The area has no place name boards yet the ERoY council has put up boards on all occupied villages and hamlets. I therefore mark this as a locality. Chillly 10:34, 6 December 2007 (UTC)
High Hunsley Historic 100% Known locally because it is the highest point around and has a large mast, but the hamlet is scarcely more than a farm. The area has no place name boards yet the ERoY council has put up boards on all occupied villages and hamlets. I therefore mark this as a locality. Chillly 10:34, 6 December 2007 (UTC)
Hilderthorpe Yes 0%
Hilston Yes 100%
Hive Yes 100%
Hollym Yes 100%
Holme on the Wolds Yes 100%
Holme upon Spalding Moor Yes 100% or Holme on Spalding Moor. The Parish Council website (hhtp://www.holmeonspaldingmoor.co.uk/) uses the 'on' form but the road signs use the 'upon' form, and there's a photograph of one of these signs on the parish council's website.
Holmpton Yes 100%
Hook Yes 100%
Hotham Yes 100%
Houghton No 0% Houghton Hall but no village or Hamlet. Chillly
Howdendyke Yes 100%
Huggate Yes 100% Not all roads from the village complete yet. - Completed now Chillly 16:38, 1 July 2008 (UTC)
Hull Bridge Locality 100% The place has a pub, and there is both a road bridge and a foot bridge over the River Hull. However the place falls within the boundary of Tickton. The main residential road is mard as Hull Bridge Road (Tickton). The area has no place name boards yet the ERoY council has put up boards on all occupied villages and hamlets. I therefore mark this as a locality. Chillly 16:05, 28 January 2008 (UTC)
Humbleton Yes 100%
Hutton Cranswick Yes 100% The villages of Hutton and Cranswick merged.

K - L

Village Name On Map % Done Contact Notes
Kelk Yes 100% Merges villages of Great and Little Kelk Chillly 16:20, 30 August 2008 (UTC)
Kelleythorpe Yes 40% Industrial estate, but no village. I've driven round it as much as I dared with security watching me! Matthew
Keyingham Yes 100%
Kilham Yes 2%
Kilnsea Yes 100%
Kilnwick Yes 100%
Kilnwick Percy Locality 0% There is a Hall, now a Buddhist monastery, and a Golf Course. There are road signs to it, but the area has no place name boards even though the ERoY council has put up boards on all occupied villages and hamlets. I therefore mark this as a locality. Chillly 15:58, 25 January 2008 (UTC)
Kilpin Yes 100%
Kilpin Pike No 0% No sign of this place at all. Chillly 16:07, 21 April 2008 (UTC)
Kiplingcotes Historic 0% This is historic and only exists now as Kiplingcotes station on the abandoned railway which is now the Hudson way. Sign posts point to Kiplingcotes, but the area has no place name boards even though the ERoY council has put up boards on all occupied villages and hamlets. I therefore mark this as a locality. The Kiplingcotes Derby (the oldest continuous horse race) is run around the area. Chillly 18:10, 11 December 2007 (UTC)
Kirby Underdale Yes 100%
Kirk Ella Yes 100%
Kirkburn Yes 100%
Knedlington Yes 100%
Langtoft Yes 75%
Laxton Yes 100%
Laytham Yes 100%
Leconfield Yes 100% The village first pass is complete, but Normandy Barracks are not public access, so I'm not sure how complete they are.
Lelley Yes 100%
Leven Yes 100%
Lissett Yes 100%
Little Catwick No 0% There is no place called Little Catwick on the ground. The small village of Catwick does extend south somewhat, but there is no sign of Little Catwick. I have removed it from the map. Chillly 15:34, 1 February 2009 (UTC)
Little Driffield Yes 0%
Little Hatfield No 0% There are a couple of houses and frams, but the area has no place name boards even though the ERoY council has put up boards on all occupied villages and hamlets. I therefore mark this as a locality. Chillly 18:01, 1 March 2008 (UTC)
Little Kelk No 0% Merged with Great Kelk to become Kelk Chillly 16:20, 30 August 2008 (UTC)
Little Leven Yes 100%
Little Reedness No 0% Seems to have merged with Reedness. It should lie between Reedness and Whitgift, but the name boards for these villages are back to back on the same posts, so there is no room for Little Reedness. Chillly 17:47, 11 August 2009 (UTC)
Little Weighton Yes 100%
Lockington Yes 100%
Londesborough Yes 100%
Long Riston Yes 100%
Low Catton Yes 100%
Low Gardham Historic 0% Also known as Gardham. This is historic and only exists now as Low Gardham farm. Sign posts point to Gardham, but the area has no place name boards even though the ERoY council has put up boards on all occupied villages and hamlets. I therefore mark this as a locality. Chillly 10:34, 6 December 2007 (UTC)
Low Hunsley Historic 100% It is now a single farm. The area has no place name boards yet the ERoY council has put up boards on all occupied villages and hamlets. I therefore mark this as a locality. Chillly 10:34, 6 December 2007 (UTC)
Lowthorpe Yes 100%
Lund Yes 100%

M - N

Village Name On Map % Done Contact Notes
Mappleton Yes 100%
Marton Yes 100%
Meaux Locality 0% The single road through the area has no place name boards even though the ERoY council has put up boards on all occupied villages and hamlets. I therefore mark this as a locality. Chillly 19:27, 19 January 2008 (UTC)
Melbourne Yes 100%
Melton Yes 100%
Meltonby Yes 100%
Metham No 0% Just a farm and Hall. The area has no place name boards yet the ERoY council has put up boards on all occupied villages and hamlets. Not put on the map. Chillly 22:02, 6 January 2008 (UTC)
Middlethorpe No 0% Just a farm, not a hamlet. Chillly
Middleton on the Wolds Yes 100%
Millington Yes 100%
Molescroft Yes 100%
Nafferton Yes 10%
New Ellerby Yes 100%
New Village No 0% There is no sign of this place on the ground at all. It is not known locally. The nearest reference to it is a road called New Village Road in Cottingham, which encloses all of the possible space that New Village could be. I have removed it from the map - I don't even think it deserves to be a locality. Chillly 16:59, 12 February 2008 (UTC)
Newland Yes 0%
Newport Yes 100%
Newsholme Yes 100%
Newton upon Derwent Yes 100% The council call themselves Newton on Derwent, but the ERoY council sign says upon.
North Cave Yes 100%
North Cliffe Yes 100%
North Dalton Yes 100%
North Ferriby Yes 100% Yes, To be included in their web site
North Froddingham Yes 100%
North Howden Locality 0% There is a station, called Howden. The area has no place name boards yet the ERoY council has put up boards on all occupied villages and hamlets. I therefore mark this as a locality. Chillly 17:51, 14 March 2008 (UTC)
North Newbald Yes 100%
Nunburnholme Yes 100%
Nunkeeling No 0% The place is basically a couple of farms. The area has no place name boards yet the ERoY council has put up boards on all occupied villages and hamlets. I therefore mark this as a locality. Chillly 18:22, 18 July 2009 (UTC)

O - P

Village Name On Map % Done Contact Notes
Octon Yes 100%
Old Ellerby Yes 100%
Old Goole Yes 100%
Ottringham Yes 100%
Ousefleet Yes 100%
Ousethorpe No 0% Looks as though it is just a farm. Needs checking. Chillly
Out Newton Yes 100% looks like a couple of farms, not a village. Needs checking Chillly I've visited this hamlet, it is named with boards and, although very spread out, it certainly exists. Chillly 19:57, 20 May 2009 (UTC)
Owsthorpe No 0% Looks like a single small farm, not a village. Chillly
Owstwick Yes 100%
Painsthorpe No 0% More of an area than a hamlet. Needs checking. Chillly

There are a few houses in Painsthorpe - at least three! - but it doesn't have a sign so it's a locality. neilb

Patrington Yes 100%
Patrington Haven Yes 100%
Paull Yes 100%
Pollington Yes 100%
Portington Locality 0% This is now Portington Hall, Portington Grange a rather dilapidated Tudor House and a farm. There are signs to Portington. The area has no place name boards yet the ERoY council has put up boards on all occupied villages and hamlets. I therefore mark this as a locality. Chillly 15:14, 24 December 2007 (UTC)
Preston Yes 100%

R

Village Name On Map % Done Contact Notes
Rawcliffe Bridge Yes 100%
Rawcliffe Yes 100%
Raywell Yes 100%
Reedness Yes 100%
Rimswell Yes 100%
Riplingham Yes 100%
Risby Historic 0% This is historic and only exists now as a farm and fishing lakes. Sign posts do not point to Risby, and the area has no place name boards even though the ERoY council has put up boards on all occupied villages and hamlets. I therefore mark this as a locality. Chillly 18:14, 11 December 2007 (UTC)
Rise Yes 100%
Rolston Yes 100%
Roos Yes 100%
Rotsea Historic 0% This is historic and only exists now as a couple of farms. Sign posts do point to Rotsea but the area has no place name boards even though the ERoY council has put up boards on all occupied villages and hamlets. I therefore mark this as a locality. Chillly 17:06, 16 December 2007 (UTC)
Routh Yes 100%
Rowley Locality 100% This is historic with a church and a rather nice hotel. Sign posts do point to Rowley but the area has no place name boards even though the ERoY council has put up boards on all occupied villages and hamlets. I therefore mark this as a locality. Chillly 14:52, 1 January 2008 (UTC)
Rudston Yes 70%
Ruston Parva Yes 100% No sign of Ruston Magna :-)
Ryehill Yes 100%

S

Village Name On Map % Done Contact Notes
Salt End No 0% A large chemical works and power station, but not sure there is a hamlet too. No village Chillly 18:10, 7 March 2008 (UTC)
Saltmarshe Yes 100%
Sancton Yes 100%
Sandholme Yes 100%
Scalby Yes 100% Small place between Newport and Gilberdyke.
Scorborough Yes 100%
Seaton Ross Yes 100%
Seaton Yes 100%
Sewerby Yes 100% Sewerby Hall needs attention
Shiptonthorpe Yes 100%
Sigglesthorpe Yes 100%
Skeffling Yes 100%
Skelton Yes 100%
Skerne Yes 100%
Skidby Yes 100%
Skipsea Yes 100% Need to get this mapped before it's claimed by the North Sea! ;-) Matthew
Skipsea Brough Yes 100%
Skirlaugh Yes 100%
Skirlington Yes 0%
Skirpenbeck Yes 100%
Sledmere Yes 100% The Sledmere country house still to complete
South Cliffe Yes 100%
South Dalton Yes 100%
South Newbald Yes 100%
Southburn Yes 100%
Spaldington Yes 100%
Spittal Yes 100%
Sproatley Yes 100%
Spurnhead Yes 0%
Staddlethorpe Locality 0% This is now a business park (industrial estate). The area has no place name boards even though the ERoY council has put up boards on all occupied villages and hamlets. I therefore mark this as a locality. Chillly 17:33, 27 June 2008 (UTC)
Stamford Bridge Yes 0%
Storwood Yes 100%
Sunderlandwick locality 0% There is no village in the area of Sunderlandwick, and there are no signs pointing to it. There is a golf club near the place and a site of a medieval village. The area has no place name boards even though the ERoY council has put up boards on all occupied villages and hamlets. I therefore mark this as a locality. Chillly 19:27, 19 January 2008 (UTC)
Sunk Island Yes 100%
Sutton Upon Derwent Yes 100%
Swanland Yes 100% Yes, included on their web site New estate off Chantry Way East to add when it is open.
Swine Yes 100%
Swinefleet Yes 100%

T - U

Village Name On Map % Done Contact Notes
Tansterne No 0% Just a farm and a Grange, needs checking Chillly Maybe more than just a farm, but no sign boards, so not on the map. Chillly 16:58, 24 October 2008 (UTC)
Thearne Yes 100%
Thirtleby Yes 100%
Thorngumbald Yes 100%
Thornholme Yes 100%
Thornton Yes 100%
Thorpe le Street Yes 100%
Thorpe No 0% Non existant
Thwing Yes 100%
Tibthorpe Yes 100%
Tickton Yes 100%
Tollingham Locality 0% Only Tollingham Grange exists on the ground. The area has no place name boards yet the ERoY council has put up boards on all occupied villages and hamlets. I therefore mark this as a locality. Chillly 16:39, 24 December 2007 (UTC)
Towthorpe Yes 0%
Tunstall Yes 100%
Ulrome Yes 0%
Uncleby Yes 100% Looks like just two farms, needs checking Chillly

I counted four houses and what looks like a disused chapel, so definitely qualifies as a hamlet in my book.neilb - but checked 28/01/08 and it doesn't have an ERYC sign even though signposts do point to it.neilb

W - Y

Village Name On Map % Done Contact Notes
Walkington Yes 100%
Wansford Yes 0%
Waplington No 0% Looks like only Waplington hall, needs checking Chillly
Warter Yes 100%
Warley Cross Yes 100%
Wassand No 0% Looks like a hall and farm. Needs checking that it is a place on the ground. Chillly
Watton Yes 100%
Wauldby Historic 100% No more than a farm now. The area has no place name boards yet the ERoY council has put up boards on all occupied villages and hamlets. I therefore mark this as a locality. Chillly 10:34, 6 December 2007 (UTC)
Wawne Yes 100%
Waxholme No 0% Needs checking if it's really a place on the ground Chillly
Weel Yes 100% The sign for the hamlet is an ornate one, not an ERoY council one, but it seems to be a real place. Chillly 16:03, 28 January 2008 (UTC)
Weeton Yes 100%
Welham Bridge Yes 100% Marked with a sign board as Welham Bridge, even though all other references have it as all-one-word. Since we are using modern names it is marked as two words.
Welton Yes 100% Yes, to be included on their web site
Welwick Yes 100%
West Cowick Yes 0%
West Ella Yes 100%
West Newton Yes 100%
Wetwang Yes 100%
Whitgift Yes 100%
Wilberfoss Yes 100%
Wilfholme Locality 0% There are signposts pointing towards Wilfholme but the area has no place name boards even though the ERoY council has put up boards on all occupied villages and hamlets. I therefore mark this as a locality. Chillly 17:09, 16 December 2007 (UTC)
Willerby Yes 100% Still details of shops to add
Willitoft Yes 100%
Wilsthorpe Yes 100%
Winestead Yes 100%
Withernwick Yes 100%
Wold Newton Yes 100%
Woodmansey Yes 100%
Wressle Yes 100%
Wyton Yes 100%
Yapham Yes 100%
Yapham Mill Yes 100%
Yokefleet Yes 100%
Youlthorpe Yes 100%

Cycle Routes

Three National Cycle Routes 1, 65 and 66 fall within the boundaries of East Yorkshire.

Route 1 still has a few gaps within the county. Relation 9579 (XML, Potlatch2, iD, JOSM, history, analyze, manage, gpx)
Route 65 is complete within the county and fairly complete overall. Relation 9487 (XML, Potlatch2, iD, JOSM, history, analyze, manage, gpx)
Route 66 is complete within the county. Relation 17883 (XML, Potlatch2, iD, JOSM, history, analyze, manage, gpx)

Route 164 is complete
Route 167 is untouched
The Yorkshire Wolds cycle route is underway
The Way of the Roses is nearly complete, but needs a relation.

The National Byway passes through the county as well as two loops.

The main Byway route is complete. Relation 9327 (XML, Potlatch2, iD, JOSM, history, analyze, manage, gpx)
The Holderness loop is complete. Relation 47904 (XML, Potlatch2, iD, JOSM, history, analyze, manage, gpx)
The Bridlington loop is largely complete Relation 225396 (XML, Potlatch2, iD, JOSM, history, analyze, manage, gpx).

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Bus stops

The NaPTAN data loaded for the county is currently being verified using the NaPTAN/East_Yorkshire_scheme