upgang

upgang

(ˈʌpˌɡæŋ)
n
a climb, ascent, or elevation
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The frantic woman was 30ft up in the cliffs at Upgang Ravine, in Whitby, when she sank into a mud hole.
The William Riley was stationed at Upgang from 1909 for ten years and then moved to Whitby, where it was used until 1931.
The William Riley was stationed at Upgang from 1909 for 10 years and then moved to Whitby, where it was used until 1931 It saw action in one of the most dramatic rescues of the 20th century, when the hospital ship Rohilla was holed by rocks in 1914.
However, it proved to be impractical to bring this boat from her station, but her crew came, bringing with them the reserve lifeboat Joseph Sykes, which had been stationed at Upgang, near Whitby, until 1890.
It can be purchased by mail order from Caedmon of Whitby, 128 Upgang Lane, Whitby, North Yorkshire, YO21 3JJ, for 25.
25pm after a yacht ran aground near the Upgang Ravine.
Somewhat confusingly, the crew were escorting the newly-built Whitby lifeboat, The Upgang Two, when they paid the thank-you visit.
CHARLES JACKSON, 32, Carpenter, of Upgang Lane, Whitby.
Mike Whincup was runner-up in the match, fished at Upgang Promenade, with seven flounder for 137cm, 1lb 3.
75oz) in the match that was fished at Upgang promenade.
Mussel could be a good alternative for the coalfish along Upgang Promenade.