- North Yorkshire is a shire county. It is also a ceremonial county, and in this guise it includes York, Middlesbrough, Redcar and Cleveland, and part of Stockton-on-Tees, which are unitary authorities for administrative purposes.
- The East Riding of Yorkshire is a unitary authority. It is also a ceremonial county, and for this purpose only it includes the unitary authority of Kingston upon Hull.
- South Yorkshire is a metropolitan county and ceremonial county.
- West Yorkshire is a metropolitan county and ceremonial county.
Where possible, Wikipedia articles about things in Yorkshire are allocated to the main divisions of the county shown in bold above. There are also subcategories for some of Yorkshire's cities.
Until 1974 Yorkshire was divided into three ridings, the East Riding, the North Riding, which also included some places now in County Durham, and the West Riding, which also included some places now in Cumbria, Greater Manchester and Lancashire. Articles on places historically in the ridings are categorised according to the county in which they are now located. Articles relating to the ridings themselves are in Category:History of the East Riding of Yorkshire, Category:North Riding of Yorkshire and Category:West Riding of Yorkshire.
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This category has the following 36 subcategories, out of 36 total.