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In the old days Normanby had 14 alehouses and was a major stopping point due to its location halfway between Teesside and Humberside. These days Normanby has only one pub and a church. All the houses in Normanby are built along the busy main road. The bridge to the south of the village was built in the mid 18th century and is narrow, so in recent years it has been the scene of many accidents. The bridge takes traffic over the River Seven which runs to the east of the village on its way from Rosedale to the River Rye further south.
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