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Fragments of Archaeology and Glimpses of History in the Landscapes of the North York Moors

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 Interesting places to visit, places to stay, good walks in the North York Moors National Park

Often nothing spectacular, but small prehistoric archaeological and historic items occasionally appear in the landscape when out walking over the tracks and heather-bracken clad moorland the North Yorkshire, or cycling or motoring along the quiet country roads of the dales. These items should make you think of life in the North Yorkshire Moors tens, hundreds or thousands of years ago. There are also many churches and other buildings in the towns and villages stretching back over 1000 years of history and archaeology items well worth pausing for a visit.

Ancient field wall above Westerdale1. Westerdale Village and Environs

2. From Castleton to Blakey Ridge via Ralphs Cross

3. Danby Rigg and Danby Dale

4. The Danby Beacon Area

5. Baysdale Abbey and Ingleby Greenhow Moor

6. Sleddale, Kildale and Easby Moor

7. Danby Castle, Duck Bridge and Fryup Dale

8. The Sutton Bank Area

9. The Village of Glaisdale and Glaisdale Moor

10. Commondale and Environs

11. Crosses and stone markers in the Castleton and Danby Area

12. The Grosmont & Goathland Area - Bridestones, Roman Road, mining Whinstone Ridge, and old railway

13. Rudland Rigg and Bransdale

14. Some industrial archaeological aspects of Castleton

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A walk around Rosedale and the old ironstone mines

A circular walk to Hob on the Hill from Commondale Village

Ingleby Moor and Greenhow Moor

A walk past Warren Mine, Views of the Cleveland Hills and down into Baysdale





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Small prehistoric and historic items occasionally appear in the 'archaeological' landscapes and townscapes and there are many historic and ancient churches and other buildings in these towns and villages rich in history in and around the moorland, with their own extensive stretching back over 1000 years of history and as well as the tumuli (burial mounds,howes) megalithic standing stone alignments of over 4000 years of very ancient prehistory archaeology, prehistoric items in the landscape well worth pausing for a visit. * 'Fragments' of North Yorkshire Moors history & archaeology! *docspics photos images pictures Phil Brown * Archaeology holidays to historic sites in England Scotland Wales Northern Ireland Top class hotels accommodation travel arrangements cheap flights dining out travel tours top tourist destinations tourist information weekend breaks mini-breaks family holidays restaurants touring coach trips continental tours cruise ships pleasure cruises summer breaks spring breaks continental winter breaks European archaeological tourist trips Archaeological and Historic Holidays

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