Landmarks lit up to mark six months to go to UCI Road World Championships in Yorkshire

  The Northern Echo 

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ICONIC landmarks across Yorkshire were lit up in rainbow bands on Thursday night to celebrate six months to go until the 2019 UCI Road World Championships.
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