Waygate


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Way´gate`


n.1.The tailrace of a mill.
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The "pigs" were conveyed along a steep waygate track to Richmond, via Fremington and Marske in Swaledale, by strings of "Jagger Galloway" packhorses whose wooden saddles bore one hundredweight on either side, thence by wagon to Yarm or Stockton.