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Caption for Linton, The Fountaine Inn And Linton Hall C1955: Linton-in-Craven is thought to have got its name from the flax (lin) which used to be grown in the fields surrounding Linton Beck. This view of a corner of the village's rectangular green shows the Fountaine Inn on the left, named after Linton's most famous son, Richard Fountaine, who became an alderman of the City of London in the 17th century. On the right stands Linton Hall.

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