The North Yorkshire town of Selby is home to a population of about 15,000 and lies about 15 miles to the south of the City of York.
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Selby's historic pedigree is made clear by the presence of eleventh-century Selby Abbey, which is reputed to have been the birthplace of King Henry I, son of William the Conqueror.
Archeological remains suggest that the town's history extends even further back, and that it was once a Viking settlement alongside the River Ouse. Today Selby lies close to the junction of the A63 and A19, which provide the town with direct links to the M62 and to Doncaster and York.
The town's shipbuilding and coal mining industries are now largely defunct, but many of the old industrial buildings remain. In many cases they have been redeveloped or occupied by new, smaller businesses.
Selby's mixed residential and business population and the town's industrial base means that van hire is readily available locally: