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Goole, in East Riding of Yorkshire. is an inland seaport, situated 42 miles from the North Sea where the rivers Don and Ouse meet.
Goole's rapid rise as a port dates from 1826, when docks were built and a canal cut from Knottingley.
Today the population is about 20,000.
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