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What does NRY stand for?

NRY stands for North Riding of Yorkshire (historic subdivision; Yorkshire, England, UK)

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Guisborough, Loftus, Saltburn, Marske and the East Cleveland villages were never part of the original County Borough of Teesside and, until 1974, were unequivocally part of the North Riding of Yorkshire.
VISIT Historically in the North Riding of Yorkshire, Hawes is located at the head of Wensleydale and is regarded as one of the honeypot tourist attractions of the National Park.
The 1972 Local Government Act, which came into force in 1974 abolished North Riding County Council, under which Yarm had previously been administered, but it did not abolish the North Riding of Yorkshire.
I was born in the North Riding of Yorkshire, so I'm a Yorkshireman and proud of it no matter what they call the area as long as it's not the greater city of Middlesbrough.