Talk:YO postcode area

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Linton-on-Swale[edit]

This place is shown in the table, along with Easingwold, as having a YO61 postcode. I'd be interested to know if it actually exists. Here's what I've found:

My guess is that it doesn't exist and is some sort of conflation of Linton-on-Ouse and Myton-on-Swale. --GuillaumeTell 17:50, 10 January 2010 (UTC)