Friday, 12 April 2019

Ingleborough Archaeology Group Walk

Had a wander around the Ingleton Nature reserve looking at some of the features in a leaflet by the Ingleton Archaeology Group. The path above Southerscales gives a really good view of the village and its now thought it could be up to 1,100 years old. The Neolithic Long Cairn would have housed burials 6,000 years ago, though the rubble on top shows its been dug into probably in the 19th century.
Southerscales Deserted Medieval Village




Limestone pavement below Ingleborough

Barrie stood on Neolithic Long Cairn.

Romano -British settlement, possibly prehistoric.

Not sure if these are intentionally erected or just natural.

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