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SWAAG_ID        RECORD TITLE                LOCATION
          985 A possible cist cover slab decorated with multiple cup marks and cups with single rings cupGayles Moor
          984 Army Range. Gayles Moor. Selected rock art surfaces. Old photographs.Gayles Moor, see location map of rock art sites as recorded with NAVSTAR by DLS with T.C.Laurie in 1994. 1994
          983 Curvilinear stone walled enclosed settlement and associated field system in pasture south of Scabba Wath Bridge.Low Whita
          982 Some specimen trees in Swaledale and Arkengarthdale. The Fell End Yew.Fremington Edge. Fell End.NZ02480228
          981 Large boulder of Shap Granite on south side of Hunder Beck at NY9245 1665Cotherstone Moor. Hunder Beck Gill upstream of the waterfall at NY927 167
          980 Cotherstone Moor. Shap erratic boulder on side of track close to the Crawlaw Stone east of Crawlaw Beck GillEast of Crawlaw Beck. At side of moorland track close to the Crawlaw Stone
          979 Hunder Beck and its tributary streams. Part Three upstream from the confluence with Mawmon Sike. A walk on the wild side! Cotherstone Moor. Hunder Beck upstream from Mawmon Sike and its tributaryGills, Crawlaw Gill and Slates Fell Gill
          978 The Lune Head Stone Ring, remains of Upper Teesdale.Mickleton CP. Lune Head. On south side of the B6276 road from Brough to Middleton in Teesdale.
          977 Shap erratic boulder on the Northern edge of the River Tees Ravine.in Holme Wood.High Cliff Waters. Northern edge of the ravine of the River Tees Close to track leading down through Holme Wood.
          974 Holgate How, South Slope. Burnt mound and associated settlement evidenceHolgate How, South Slope above Hollin Wood
          973 Hunder Beck. Part Two: Namurian Strata including an exposure of the Tanhill Coal and waterfall on Mawson Sike.Teesdale, Blackton Reservoir. Hunder Beck
          972 Hunder Beck upstream of Blackton Reservoir, Part One from the pastures below Blackton Reservoir upstream to Mawmon Sike- Namurian strata and glacial erratics of local and distant origine.Hunder Beck upstream from the pastures below Blackton YHA l to the confluence with Mawmon Sike
          971 Glacial erratic boulders located in the bed of Deepdale Beck upstream of Levy PoolBowes Moor. Deepdale Beck upstream from Pennine Way footbridge at Levy Pool.
          970 Gods Bridge, a natural limestone platform over the River Greta and a walk on excellent permissive footpaths downstream Gods Bridge
          969 Ellerton Scar.Two fine prostrate junipers (Juniperus communis ssp. nana). Swaledale's least and most ancient woody plants: Ellerton Scar
          968 The largest single stem yew in SwaledaleSwaledale
          965 Maiden Castle, Stainmore. A small fortlet strategically located at Stainmore Summit on the line of the roman road, high above the Vale of EdenStainmore Summit.At edge of the high fell North of the A66 Dual Carriageway
          963 Burnt mound at south of the A66 Road at Stainmore Summit.Stainmore Summit. South of Rey Cross and the A66 Road .
          962 Bronze Age and Later Prehistoric Settlement on Stainmore Summit south of Rey Cross and the A66 RoadStainmore Summit. South of Rey Cross and the A66 Road .
          961 Fine specimen alders and willows on the banks of the Tees at Gainford.Gainford. The North Bank of the River Tees at the ancient river crossing named Geneford.
          960 Reeth Low Moor. Cringley Bottom. Circular stone banked settlement enclosure with contained clearance mounds and two hut circles.Reeth Low Moor.This enclosure is Location R1 on Figure 6.14 in Laurie et al 2011.
          959 Prehistoric settlent complex on Cringley HillReeth Low Moor. Cringley Hill, south terrace.
          958 Lithic finds of Late Neolithic or Early Bronze Age Character from a site on Cringley HillCringley Hill
          957 Reeth Low Moor. Historic Landscapes. 19m diameter Denuded Round Cairn on Cringley Bottom Reeth Low Moor. Cringley Bottom.
          956 The Gilling Wood Linear EarthworkGilling with Hartforth and Sedbury CP. Gilling Wood
          955 Little Windegg. Two adjacent lead bales on Scarp Edge close to the White Gang Lead VeinLittle Windegg, at Scarp Edge close to workings on the White Gang Lead Vein.
          954 Lead mine and spoil heap at Little Windegg Scar.Arkengarthdale, Little Windegg
          953 Lead bale below Little Windegg ScarArkengarthdale, Little Windegg
          952 A visit to the head of the impressive North Rake Hush Lead MineArkengarthdale, Booze Moor. North Rake Hush.
          951 Clavulinopsis helvula or Fairy yellow club and other fungi seen recently at WindeggBooze Moor. High limestone grassland in the vicinity of the White Gang Lead Vein.
          950 Field boundary system, unenclosed settlements and burial monuments on Seal Houses Low Moor, then and now.Seal Houses Low Moor from NY 399019 504577 to NY 399518 504397 and at NY 399362 504775
          949 The Arkle Apple tree.Arkle Beck Pastures. Small west bank tributary stream.
          948 Two small isolated round cairns on Stake FellStake Fell
          947 Bishopdale CP. Stake Moss. Small lead mine complex some 3km South West of Thoralby Lead Mine.Bishopdale. Stake Moss
          944 More on lead mining in ApedaleApedale
          940 Views northward to Mallerstang Edge from the upper slopes of Shunner FellShunner Fell
          939 A walk to the Roman Shrines at Ellerbeck across Gilmonby and Scargill MoorsScargill Moor. A walk to the Roman Shrines at Ellerbeck.
          938 Gilmonby Moor. West Plantation. The best example of a mature conifer plantation in the N.E. Pennines.Gilmonby Moor. West Plantation.
          936 Muker CP. Birkdale Common. Fox Holes. Pine stump possibly humanly worked. Below 1-2m deep peat.Birkdale Common. Foxholes.
          935 Scargill High Moor. Ellerbeck Lead Mine hush and limestone ravine.Scargill High Moor, Ellerbeck Hush
          934 Lead mining in Apedale - an introductionApedale
          930 Basal stone of an Iron Age beehive quern made from a glacial erratic boulderof Shap Granite and lithic finds as evidence of long distance tradeHarlsey Castle. In stone dump by public roadside.
          929 A walk to Summer Lodge Tarn in spring.Summer Lodge Tarn
          928 Two medium burnt mounds on Braithwaite Moor associated with a high level Bronze Age Cairnfield SettlementBraithwaite Moor, Ewe Lock Spring
          927 Quarryman's ShelterBelow Fremington Edge
          926 Isolated field boundary at 490m elevation on Brownsey Moor Top above Brunts Hill Brownsey Moor Top above Brunt Hill
          925 Burnt mound on Crackpot Side north west of Summer Lodge Farm.Crackpot Side. Summer Lodge.
          924 Late Mesolithic microlithCogden Moor, above Cogden Gill
          923 Harkerside Moor. Browna Gill. Lead Bale with indications that copper were minerals present within the ores smeltedHarkerside Moor. Glacial hummock on East side of Browna Gill.
          922 Featham Pasture. Brunt Hill south slope. Large burnt mound at spring rise.Featham Pasture. Brunt Hill south slope
          921 Large round cairn (quarried remnant) and small cairnfield settlement complex on Featham PastureFeatham Pasture
          920 Isolated field boundary at 490m elevation on Brownsey Moor Top above Brunts Hill Brownsey Moor Top above Brunt Hill
          919 A small high level cairnfield settlement on Brownsey MoorBrownsey Moor
          918 The Kining Lead Mine Level spoil heaps, dressed ore dumps and bouse teamsThe Kining Lead Mine Level
          917 Gunnerside Gill. High Scar. One of the finest limestone Scars in the Yorkshire Dales.Gunnerside Gill, High Scar
          916 Ripple marked sandstone slab close to footpath into Gunnerside GillGunnerside Gill
          915 Two different fossil coral species found in Carboniferous Limestones of Visean to Namurian AgeGunnerside Gill, High Scar
          914 Brignall Banks. Some interesting fungi seen during winter walks through this fine riverside woodland..River Greta, Brignall Banks below Moor House Farm
          910 A walk above Stang House on a misty day to find the Hurgill Shaft.Shaw Side . A walk on the eastern slopes of Hoove
          909 Barf Pasture. Two burnt mounds at spring rising below Brownsey HouseBarf Pasture. Spring rise below Brownsey House
          908 The Barf Side Round Cairn Low Row Pasture, Barf Side
          907 White patinated flint end scraper with some associated artefact finds from this location.Brownsey Moor, Stoups Rigg
          906 Fragment of crinoidal limestone with well preseved unidentified linear fossilBrownsey Moor, Stoups Rigg
          905 Boxer Peacock's wash basinArkle Beck. Boxer Peacock\'s Cottage.
          904 Wax Caps in the old pastures above Arkle Beck and the disappearance of wild mushrooms.Arkle Beck Pastures
          902 Wathgill, Cow Park. Burnt mound at edge of recent small arms range.Army Live Firing Range, Wathgill, Cow Park.
          901 Stainton-Bellerby Army Firing Range. Oval enclosure, field boundaries and stone cairns.This site straddles the Bellerby/Walburn Parish boundary
          900 The rock art sites of Gayles Moor revisitedFeldom Ranges, Gayles Moor
          898 A perambulation of Birkdale Tarn at low water, a mining reservoir with landscape interest.Birkdale Tarn
          897 Cluster of sunken stone lined huts interpreted as a high moorland refuge.Faggergill Moor
          896 Very large burnt mound 250m NNW of Kitley HillFaggergill
          895 Apedale Old Smelt Mill and structure associated with slag crushing to recover lead prills.Apedale, south side
          894 Lovely Seat. Cogill Head Hags. Calcareous concretions at base of marine shale bed.Cogill Head Hags, below Lovely Seat
          893 Large lead bale overlain by mine spoil tip from level associated with the Providence Hush SystemCliff Beck Pastures below Muker Common
          892 Orgate Scar and Satron High Walls. High Swaledale Landscapes and Mining RemainsSatron High Walls
          891 Zoophycos, a trace fossil from the Black Band Chert above the Main LimestoneStray find from boulder clay
          890 Cinnabar Moth caterpillar feeding on ragwort leafCobscar Rake
          889 Green Lace-Wing on rock rose, Preston Scar.Preston Scar
          888 Guelder Rose, Marjoram, Weld and other flowering plants seen on Redmire Scar. Preston Scar
          887 The Clints Lead MineClints Scar
          886 Orgate Falls, the old arched bridge below Telfit Farm and riverside alders upstream of the BridgeOrgate Falls and images of the alders which line the banks of Marske Beck upstream of the ancient arched bridge below Telfit Farm
          884 Extended settlement remains below Orgate ScarOrgate Scar
          883 A walk from Thwaite Bridge to The Mossdale Tunnel on the abandonned Wensleydale Railway to the Mossdale WaterfallsUpper Wensleydale. Thwaite Bridge and Mossdale.
          882 Lead mining remains on Satron Moor: Satron Tarn String, the Simon Grooves String and the Beazy String. Satron Moor and Beazy Hill
          881 Satron Tarn. A small, shallow high moorland tarn on eroding blanket peat.Satron Moor
          880 Glacial erratics and a fine old arched footbridge at Thornsgill. One of Arthur Wainwright's favourite walks.Ribblehead; Thorns Gill
          879 Carperby Moor, Swinehaw Hill.Three sub-rectangular structures provisionally interpreted as shielings.Carperby Moor. Swinehaw Hill.
          878 Wild Flowers - Early Purple OrchidGunnerside, Lodge Green
          877 Marker/Boundary StonesMoresdale Road
          874 A SWAAG walk to the Prehistoric Round House Settlement on Harland Hill from Whitrow Farm, in Walden. The route of a walk to visit Prehistoric Round House Settlement on Harland Hill from Whitrow Farm in Walden
          873 Moor Edge above Walker Wife Well. Fragmentary field system and possible unenclosed round house.East Bolton Moor. Moor Edge above Walker Wife Well (Spring).
          872 West Bolton Parks. Ring cairn or reduced round cairn located 100m NNE of the Beldon Beck Ring Cairn West Bolton Parks
          871 Ring cairn on east side of Beldon Beck. West Bolton Park.Bolton West Park. Beldon Beck. East side.
          854 Late-glacial lithic finds from Carperby MoorCarperby Moor
          853 Carperby Moor.Ring cairn or round house enclosure below Greenhaw Hut.Carperby Moor. Little Wegber NE Slope Springs.
          852 Carperby Moor. A SWAAG walk to visit Prehistoric and Mining Landscapes on Oxclose and on moorland centred at Thackthwaite Beck Springs and caveCircular SWAAG walk to Oxclose below Ivy Scar and across moorland aboveThackthaite Beck Springs and collapsed Cave
          851 Mining remains on Ellerton MoorIn the mining area to the south of the Grinton - Leyburn road
          850 Mine siteHarkerside
          849 Large lead bale site on north side of Stainton Moor Beck.Stainton Moor Beck. North Bank.
          848 The Roman Road over the Stang, ArkengarthdaleStang Road, Arkengarthdale
          847 SWAAG in Eden April 2014. Return to Long Meg and a ray of moonshine on some great stone circles.Various. The Vale of Eden
          846 The Greta Bridge probable cist cover decorated in the cup and ring tradition, subsequently reused as a cover to a Roman Grave.The Bowes Museum.
          845 The remains of the Old Church of St Mary's Church, Brignall and evidence for Pre-Conquest Christian Oratory and Graveyard on the site of Roman and Celtic Shrines. Old Church of St Mary, Brignall,North Yorkshire
          844 Dalton Beck Upper Reach. Relict ash wood with aspen groveDalton Gill upstream from the farm access road atNZ10320707
          843 Gayles Moor. Ancient Alders below Shooters Well. Feldom Army Live Firing Range. Feldom Army Ranges. Gayles Moor.
          842 Ring cairn on Goldsborough Hill Summit. Effect on visibility of archaeological sites of reduction of grazing.Teesdale. Cotherstone Moor. Summit of Goldsborough Hill.
          840 The Stainton Lead Mine and views across SwaledaleStainton Moor
          839 Two small glacial erratic boulders on Gayles MoorFeldom Army Range Area F2. Gayles Moor.
          838 A walk from Austwick to the Norber Boulders.The Norber Boulder Field above Austwick, Ingleborough.
          837 Comma butterfly flying on 26 October below great oak at Cover BanksCover Banks
          836 Little Sleddale. West Sike. Small faults infilled with white calcite in black shalesLittle Sleddale. West Gill Head
          835 The search for the highest anf furthest Spring Source of the River Swale.Birkdale Common. The Source of the Swale
          834 Smooth newt at Black Dub, the source of The River LyvennetCrosby Ravensworth Moor. Black Dub.
          833 Uldale Lower Falls and relict woodland close to the present altitudinal limit of trees in Swaledale.Birkdale Common. Uldale Beck. Lower Falls.
          832 Google Earth Image of two stone banked enclosures, one on either side of Trundale GillVale of Eden. Pennine Escarpment. Murton CP. Trundale.
          831 An extensive stone banked Enclosure Complex above Trundale GillVale of Eden. Murton CP Pennine Escarpment. Trundale Gill North Side
          830 High Cup Gill, Middle Tongue and Trundale from Crosby Ravensworth FellVale of Eden. Murton C.P. High Cup Gill, Middle Tongue and Trundale.
          829 Flint Point - stray findBetween Calver Hill and Cringley Hill near to Bale Sites above disused quarry
          828 Middle Tongue. Coaxial field system with associated clearance cairns and burial cairn.Vale of Eden. Murton C.P. High Cup Gill, Middle Tongue and Turndale.
          827 Beehive quern upper stoneHunton Near Catterick Garrison
          826 Mixed deciduous woodland with both Small-leaved and Large-leaved Lime trees on riverside cliffs below the Winston Holiday ParkRiver Tees, South Bank, upstream from Winston Bridge to Fewster Gill.
          825 Mixed deciduous, species rich, woodland with native small leaved lime trees on cliffs with tufa springs.Teesdale. River Tees North Bank. Stony Bank Wood.
          824 A walk from Stenkrith Bridge to see Limestone Scenery in the vicinity of the Dent Fault above Nateby.Nateby CP. Ewebank Scar above Ladthwaite Beck and Birkett Hill
          823 Sheepfold with washing poolSheepfold with washing pool beside the track just beyond the gate from the Grinton to Redmire road.
          822 Large enclosure with additional itemsRectangular enclosed area on the plateau
          821 Standing stoneOn the plateau of Ellerton Moor
          820 Small cairn that may be ring or quarried.Beside track to Grovebeck smelt mill from Grinton/Redmire road
          819 Fossil remains on rock.Grinton Moor above Grovebeck Gill oppposite the end of the Earthworks.
          818 A walk to Mt Ida and to the Fox Tower above BroughHelbeck Fell, Helbeck Wood and the Fox Tower
          817 The Helbeck and Barnarm Faults. Elements of the Pennine Fault System well exposed at Mt Ida above BroughHelbeck Fell above Brough. Mount Ida.
          816 Stainmore Summit. Images of the track of the disused railway from Barnard Castle to Tebay.Stainmore Summit. The Track of the Railway from Barnard Castle to Tebay east of Stainmore Summit.
          815 Stainmore Forest. Plat. An area of Limestone Pavement between Plat Sike and Little Plat SikesForest of Stainmore, Below Burnt Hill. Plat.
          814 Complex group of enclosures above Grinton GillGrinton Moor above Grovebeck Gill oppposite the end of the Earthworks.
          813 A return visit to Bellerby Moor.Bellerby Moor. Park Gill and Black Beck Gill.
          812 Spring Wood, Gammersgill. Ancient managed alderwood with an associated iron bloomery industry.Coverdale. Gammersgill. Fleemis Gill. Spring Wood.
          811 Alderwoods on both banks of the River Cover upstream from the footbridge below Braidley.Both banks of the River Cover below and to the south of Braidley in Coverdale
          810 Carlton in Coverdale. Round Hill- a small Norman Motte.Carlton in Coverdale
          809 Harland Hill South Slope. Unenclosed round house settlement Part TwoCarlton Town CP, Gammersgill Moor, Harland Hill South Slope
          808 Initial Record of a hitherto unrecorded prehistoric village settlement on the southern slopes of Harland Hill.Gammersgill Moor, Harland Hill, South Slope
          807 Harland Hill a glaciated landform with isolated drumlins well above 400m elevation. Gammersgill Moor
          806 Pasture below Morpeth Wood. Mountstritch Springs. Round barrow below modern field wallWest Burton. Pasture below Morpeth Wood south of Mountstritch Springs.
          805 Path to Crackpot. Concaternating frogs doing their best to increase their species.Track to Crackpot Hall
          804 Images of Fremington 6: Mine shop close to the Fremington Mine Level opened during 1870 to access the Copperthwaite Vein at lower level.Pastures below Fremington Edge
          803 Early mine shaft mounds and surface cuts above the 1870 Fremington Mine Images of Fremington 5: Early lead mine shafts and surface cuts below the Copperthwaite Vein.
          802 Images of Fremington 4. Arkle Pastures. Red tailed bumblebee in spring sun.Arkle Beck pastures below Cuckoo Hill
          801 Images of Fremington 3: The Fremington Mine Level. Final workings commenced around 1870 on the Copperthwaite Vein.Fremington Edge, mid slope below the Copperthwaite Vein.
          800 Images of Fremington 2. Ant hills concentrated on steep slopes mark the presence of wind blown or reworked loessic soils. Fremington Edge, lower slopes east of Cuckoo Hill
          799 Images of Fremington 1: Fremington Edge, Solifluction Lobes below the Copperthwaite lead Vein.Fremington Edge, Solifluction Lobes below The Copperthwaite Lead Mine Scar.
          798 Trace fossils seen during the walk by SWAAG members across Greenber Edge on 1st April 2014Greenber Edge
          797 Supplemental photographs of SWAAG walk below Stake Fell (see also #796)Greenber Edge on the North side of Stake Fell, East os Semmer Water.
          796 SWAAG Visit to Semerwater and Walk from Carpley Green to Stony Raise and Greenber Edge to Semerwater Lake Edge,Stony Raise Cairn and Multi period Settlements on Greenber Edge
          795 An Archaeological Survey of Semerwater, Addlebrough and the Stake Road (Stake Fell) by Tim Laurie and Robin Minnitt prepared for the 1993 Summer Meeting of the Prehistory SocietySemerwater, Addlebrough, Greenber Edge and Stake Fell
          794 Coverdale. Penhill South Slope. Very large burnt mound at Brown Knots Springs.Coverdale. Melmerby Moor. Springs below Brown Knots
          793 Coverdale. Penhill South West Slope. Burnt mound at Slantgate Well.Penhill South West Slope. Slantgate Well Springs
          792 Stainton Moor. The fossil compound coral, Lithostrotion sp., on small fragment of fire cracked stone.Stainton Moor, The White Bog. Burnt mound close to track.
          791 Large iron bloomery site above the south bank of Turn Beck within Spring Wood, an extensive area of managed ancient alder coppice woodlandCoverdale. Gammersgill, Spring Wood, South side of Turn Beck.
          790 Burnt mound within ancient alder woodland at spring rise in New Pasture, Braidley, Cover Head.Coverdale Head. Braidley, Low Pasture.
          789 The Greta Bridge cist cover decorated in the cup and ring tradition.Barnard Castle.The Bowes Museum Grounds
          788 Supplemental photographs of SWAAG walk around Downholme, see #787Downholme Moor and How Hill, Downholme
          787 Swaag Group visit to the defended settlement or univallate hill fort of Iron Age date on How Hill, Downholme the open settlement complex above Sidebank Wood and to the Bronze Age cairnfield, burnt mound and rock art sites on Downholme MoorDownholme Moor and How Hill, Downholme
          786 Juniper woodland both relict native and recently planted at Juniper Gill.Ellerton Moor. Juniper Gill.
          785 Photographs taken during SWAAG return walk to Stainton Moor. Stainton Moor
          784 Ellerton Moor. Juniper Gill West Side. Fine multi purpose scraper/burin of Neolithic or Earlier Bronze Age character. Stray find. Ellerton Moor. Juniper Gill. Footpath at top edge of west bank.
          783 Mines on Stainton MoorStainton Moor
          782 A brief account of the Geology of Ellerton by John Russell.Swaledale in the vicinity of Ellerton Abbey
          781 Ellerton Priory Geophysical Survey Phase 1Ellerton Priory - west field
          780 Stainton Lead Smelting Mill Stainton Moor
          779 A walk by SWAAG Members To the Ship Plantation across Ellerton Moor and Stainton Moor via the East End Lead Mine, Juniper Gill Head and The Ship Plantation.To the Ship Plantation across Ellerton Moor and Stainton Moor via the East End Lead Mine and Juniper Gill
          778 Ancient woodland within Stainton Middle Wood.Stainton Middle Wood below Spring Scar.
          777 Ellerton Scar East. Quarries within Spring Scar Wood. Possible Goniatite fossil in Richmond Chert.Spring Scar Wood
          776 Historic landscapes of Mid Swaledale visited and seen by SWAAG members during a walk across Ellerton Moor in February 2014Sharrow Hill, Cogden Heugh and Ellerton Moor
          774 SWAAG Walk to Castle Dikes Henge and to Stake Fell via Flout Moor Lane and Thornton Rust SpringsWensleydale, Aysgarth, from Flout Moor Lane to Thornton Rust Springs and then to Stake Fell.
          773 Images of historic landscapes on Grinton Moor from Grinton Lodge to How and Ridley HushesGrinton Moor, from Grinton Lodge to How and Ridley Hushes via Grinton Smelt Mill returning across How Hill
          772 Gradiometer Survey Hagg Farm Field 3884
          771 Gradiometer SurveyHagg Farm Field 3884 Rectangular Bank / Platform
          770 A day on Barningham Moor, images of a Pennine Landscape. Barningham Low Moor and the How Tallon Ridge
          769 The Main Limestone and overlying fossiliferous chert strata exposed in Downholme QuarryDownholme Quarry
          768 Stone head of the 'Celtic severed head' tradition built into the western gable of St Michael's Church, Downholme.St Michael\'s Church, Downholme.
          767 The Braithwaite Mines, bale site and riverside waterwheel pit which provided power to the pumpsBraithwaite Hall Estate and River Cover Banks.
          766 Middleham Castle, William's Hill Ring and Bailey Earthworks and Hullo Bridge across the River Cover.Middleham Castle, William Hill Motte and Bailey and River Cover Banks
          765 The Durisdeer Roman Fortlet controlling a remote pass through the Lowther Hills..Dumfriesshire.The Lowther Hills. Durisdeer Pass. NS902049 OS 1:50000 Sheet 68
          764 A photofile of the Graining Scar Waterfalls and relict woodland by Hoods Bottom Beck, Whitsundale.Whitsundale, Hoods Bottom Beck and Falls
          763 Some Galloway Stone Circles 4. The Twelve Apostles Stone Circle near Dumfries. Galloway. Dumfries. The Twelve Apostles Stone Circle.NX947794
          762 Cumbria. Penrith. Long Meg and her Daughters- one of the largest stone circles of the British Isles.Cumbria. Penrith. 2 1/4 miles N of Langwathby. NY571373
          761 Some Galloway Stone Circles 3. The Cauldside Burn stone circle and associated monument complex Galloway. Kirkudbrightshire. Cambret Moor East. (Cauldside Burn) NX529571
          760 Some Galloway Stone Circles 2. Cambret Moor West. Kirkudbright.Galloway. Kirkudbrightshire. Glenquicken. NX509582, 150mOD
          759 Some Galloway Stone Circles 1. The Torhouskie Stone Circle.Galloway, Wigtownshire,Torhouse NX383565, 30m OD.
          758 Some examples of Prehistoric Rock Art in Galloway and the widespread affinity of cup and ring marks with Food Vessel Burials.High Banks Farm, Kirkudbright at NX709 489, and other locations in Galloway
          757 Bronze-Age Axe MouldBarf End Gunnerside
          756 The Tor Dike. Western section from the unfenced road above Kettlewell to the terminus at SD9765 7561 the terminus near the Starbotton Road Tor Dike, Coverhead. Western section from the unfenced road above Kettlewell to the western terminus at SD9765 7561 close to the Starbotton Road
          755 The Tor Dike. Eastern section from the unfenced road above Kettlewell to the junction with The Black Dike. Tor Dike, Coverhead. Eastern section from the unfenced road above Kettlewell to the Black Dike.
          754 Black Mire Dam Leat to the New Smelt Mill. GPS 3D SurveyBlack Mires, Arkengarthdale
          753 Tor Dike, The Black Dike and Little Whernside. Late evening sun.Coverdale Head
          752 Barningham High Moor. Round cairn at Frankinshaw How.Barningham Moor, High Moor, Frankinshaw How
          751 The Common Houseleek (Sempervivum tectorum) naturalised in Arndale Gill, Barningham Moor.Arndale Beck
          750 Netherhearth lead vein complex and bale, Part Two: mining remains and Bales at Moss Beck, Moor House.Moor House National Nature Reserve
          749 Netherhearth lead vein complex and bale at Rough Sike, Moor House.Moor House National Nature Reserve. Rough Sike.
          748 Arndale Gill. Small tortoiseshell and Small Copper ButterfliesArndale Gill
          747 Juniper scrub at base of 2-4m deep peat in sike at southern end of Nine Standards Rigg.Nine |Standards Rigg. Rollinson Head.
          746 High Dukerdale Scars, eastern side..Open cast lead working, shaft mounds and associated lead bale. High Dukerdale, Winton Parish. Westmoreland
          745 Prominent round cairn at Jack Standards.Jack Standards.
          744 The Rollinson Gill Colliery which at 620-635m elevation is probably the highest Colliery in Britain!Nine Standards. Rollinson Gill Head
          743 A walk by SWAAG Members along Sleghtholme Beck above The Trough to East Mellwaters Farm and return by Trough Heads.Sleightholme Beck
          742 Walden. Whitrow Farm. Three burnt mounds Sites 1-3 and round house settlement below Dove ScarWhitrow Farm
          741 Walden. Round house settlement below Crag Brea with associated enclosures with well preserved wall passage feature.Walden Head. Walden Moor. Terrace below Crag Brea
          740 Walden Beck. Carboniferous coral sp. unid. Similar to Amplexus coralloides but larger diameter.Walden Beck
          739 Walden Moor. Cotton grass on a fine day.Walden Moor
          738 Viper's Bugloss (Echium vulgare) and Houndstongue (Cynoglossum officinale) in Lower Swaledale.Whitcliffe Scar and Applegarth Scar
          737 Malham Moor. Round house settlement on Middle House Pasture.Malham Moor. Middle House Pasture.
          735 Possible inclined planes in the Wetshaw area of Arkengarthdale - maps & notes on other interesting featuresArkengarthdale - Wetshaw
          734 ArrowheadKisdon Hill, near Hooker Mill Scar
          733 Possible inclined planes in the Wetshaw area of Arkengarthdale.Arkengarthdale - Wetshaw
          732 Nanny Ward's WellWest of Grinton village
          731 John Moss's ChairGrinton Gill
          730 Little Punchard Gill. Upper Ravine. Relict limestone ash woodland with wych elms,bird cherry and isolated junipers.Little Punchard Gill. Upper Ravine. From NY9596 0364 to NY9590 0351
          729 Little Punchard Gill. Lower Ravine. Relict woodland with ancient Wych Elms.Little Punchard Gill
          728 Walden Head. Raven Scar. The Upper Main Limestone Scar. Depleted limestone woodland on scarWalden Head. Raven Scar. The Upper Main Limestone Scar.
          727 Walden. Fosse Gill Head. Depleted limestone ashwood community in waterfall ravine.Walden. Fosse Gill Head Waterfall Ravine.
          726 Fossedale Pike.Remains of Juniper below blanket peat at 538m AOD..Walden Head. Fossegill Pike.
          725 Walden. Willy's Gill. The Waterfall Scar Relict limestone ash woodland community with aspen clones withWensleydale, Walden Head. Willy\'s Gill
          724 Imaginative reconstruction of a roundhouse at Hagg Site 103
          723 Walden Head. Willy's Gill. The Fairy Scar. Relict Limestone Ashwood community.Walden Head. Willy\'s Gill. The Fairy Scar.
          722 Walden Head. Willy's Gill. Wind Egg Scar. Depleted limestone ashwood at 460m.Walden Head. Willys Gill. Wind Egg Scar
          721 Raven Scar, Walden Moor. The highest vertical limestone Scar in the NE Pennine Dales.Raven Scar, Walden Moor.
          720 Walden Moor. Depleted woodland in Deepdale Gill and on Deepdale Head Scar. Walden Moor. Deepdale Gill and Deepdale Scar
          719 Curvilinear stone banked enclosure east of Raygill, Copperthwaite Allotment.Marrick Moor. Copperthwaite Allotment. East of Raygill.
          718 Burnt mound on Copperthwaite Allotment east of RaygillMarrick Moor. Copperthwaite Allotment. Spring rise East of Raygill.
          717 The Prys Level Lead Mine Complex in Shaw Gill. Spring 2013.Marrick CP. Hurst. Shaw Gill.
          716 Beehive quern top stone.Healaugh
          713 A fine day in April. The Goats Road from Holgate to Hurst. The way home.The Goats Road from Hurst to Holgate. A fine day in April>
          712 The Neasham Elk Neasham Brick Ponds near Darlington
          710 Harkerside Pastures seen at snow melt.Harkerside Pastures
          709 Orgate Scar. Yew dominant woodland on the face and top edge of the Scar.Orgate Scar
          708 Orgate Scar. Four very large yew trees rooted in the limestone scree at the foot of the sheer scar.Orgate Scar West from the west end of the Scar to the wall which forms the boundary with Clints Wood.
          707 Swinnergill. The highest recorded yew in BritainOn west facing cliff above the eastern side of Swinnergill
          706 Limonite or Yellow Ochre from Orgate ScarOrgate Scar
          705 Calcite fragment from spoil heap. The Copperthwaite Vein
          703 Fossil plant from Ten Fathom Grit Outcrop. This branching plant has the general appearance of a freshwater alga, somewhat similar to Chara.Ivelet Moor. Beale Hill Scar
          702 Relict Limestone Ash Woodland with Yews on and below Orgate Scar: Part Two: The final surviving ash trees.Orgate
          701 Packhorse Bridge across Marske Beck below Telfit Farm.Packhorse Bridge across Marske Beck below Telfit Farm.
          700 Trees and woodland seen during a walk on a cold winter day in March 2013 from Marske to Orgate Farm and from thence up to Orgate Scar and to Clints ScarMarske. Through Clints Wood to Orgate and Clints Scars
          698 Feldom Army Ranges. Clapgate. Small limestone scar with ancient wild cherry trees and yews as seen within Feldom Army Range. Clapgate Gill . Small scar with ancient wild cherry trees and yews.
          697 Trees within Clapgate Gill seen in winter from the roadside and path to the limit of the Army Ranges.Clapgate Gill as seen from the roadside on Clapgate Bank and the public footpath to the limit of the Army Ranges.
          696 Two high status flint finds from close to Browna GillHarkerside Moor. Browna Gill.
          695 Surface collection of lithic finds, white patinated flint with backed point of Early Mesolithic character, as Deepcar.River Tees, South Bank. Downstream from Whorlton Bridge.
          694 Barforth, SW of the West Tees Railway viaduct. Stray find. Backed point of Early Mesolithic character- Deepcar Type. Barforth, 400m South-West of the West Tees Railway Viaduct
          693 Woodland on the banks of Padley Beck and at the junction with Shaw Gill and as seen in winter from the track from Washfold down to Helwith.Woodland within Shaw Gill and on the banks of Padley Beck
          692 The fossil Hyalostelia smithi at its Type Location 'Near Richmond'Shaw Beck North Side.
          691 Earthwork enclosure at Braithwaite Hall East Witton. Braithwaite Hall Pastures.
          690 An archaeological traverse of Witton Fell, Braithwaite Moor, Braithwaite Banks and Caldbergh Pastures. Part One: The Moorland SitesEast Witton Fell, Braithwaite Moor, Strut Steer and Caldbergh Pasture.
          689 Rokeby CP. Brignall. Moor House Farm. Relict hedgerows to Elsie Close and The Little FieldMoor House Farm, Brignall
          688 Linear Earthwork on Harkerside seen beyond Grinton Bridge, Grinton Church and The Bridge Hotel from Fremington Edge.Grinton
          687 Mature Landscape Plantation of Scots Pine and LarchFremington Edge above the Hagg
          686 Fremington Edge above The Hagg. Possible house platform with stone banks and remains of later stone walled enclosuresFremington Edge above West Hagg
          685 Greengates Flots. Early surface mine activity associated with the Shaw VeinPrys House to Munn End, Greengate Flots
          684 Fremington Edge above West Hagg Farm. Lead Bale Site No 3 in landslip area below Fremington Edge. Fremington Edge. Escarpment slope above West Hagg Farm.
          683 Fremington Edge above West Hagg Farm. Lead Bale site No 2 below Fremington Edge. Escarpment slope above West Hagg Farm.
          682 Round barrow on south side of Barney Beck below Barney Beck High BridgeMelbecks CP. Barney Beck. West bank below Barney Beck High Bridge.
          681 Coney Seat Hill and the Stainmore Trough seen through Dale Head from Hungry HushesArkengarthdale and Stainmore
          680 Oxnop Scar. A fine high limestone cliff formed by the Main Limestone.Oxnop Scar
          679 Ivelet Bridge. Jocelyn's ancient hedgerow ash tree, now wind- fallen.Ivelet Bridge, relict hedgerows above north bank of the Swale
          678 Ruined limekiln in pasture below The Providence Lead Mine.Muker Common. Below the Providence Lead Mine.
          677 Muker Side. Above Straw Beck. Western of two adjacent ruined lime kilns.Muker Side. Above Straw Beck.
          676 Muker Side. Straw Beck. Two adjacent ruined lime kilns, the eastern kiln.Muker Side. Above Straw Beck.
          675 Two Burnt Mounds (one definite, one probable) at Straw Beck Spring.Straw Beck Spring
          674 Heron in flight over The Providence Mine at 450m on 12 January 2013Muker Common. Providence Mine and Hushes.
          673 Rokeby Park. Three aligned round barrow mounds as seen from the track to The Meeting of the Waters and Mortham Tower.Rokeby Park. Greta Bridge.Teesdale.
          672 Teesdale. Round barrow on north bank of the River Tees 1km upstream from Whorlton.River Tees, North Bank, 1km upstream from Whorlton.
          671 Smother Law or Carlbury. A Bronze Age round barrow on the North bank of the River Tees.Teesdale. High Conniscliffe, Low Carlbury Farm.
          670 Piercebridge. Cliff Park. Round Barrow Site B with cup marked stone.Piercebridge. Cliffe Park.
          669 Piercebridge, Cliff Park. Round Barrow Site APiercebridge. Cliff Park.
          668 Upland oak woodland on the banks of the River Balder below Hury Reservoir. Winter.Teesdale. Cotherstone. Banks of the River Balder.
          667 Relict alderwood on the banks of Thwaite Beck within Stone Close Gill . Part One: within Stone Close pastures.Teesdale. Scargill. Stone Close Gill.
          665 Cotherstone Moor. Shacklesborough Hill. Isolated 'nunatak-like' hill.Cotherstone Moor. Shacklesborough.
          664 Cotherstone Moor. Crawlaw Gill. The Cotherstone Syncline. Stream cut ravine with well defined interlocking spurs. Cotherstone Moor. Crawlaw Gill.
          663 Cotherstone Moor. The Crawlaw Stone - a glacial erratic (and non-anthropogenic archaeological site perhaps)Cotherstone Moor. East side of Crawlaw Gill.
          662 Two glacial erratic boulders of Carbiniferous Limestone at the Northern Edge of Semer Water Lake.Semer Water Lake Edge
          661 Stone walled ring bank at Scout Crag above Semer WaterCountersett. Bardale, below Scout Crag
          660 Burnt mound, udisturbed with stone 'kerb' feature.Whitaside Pasture
          659 Wych elms laid as hedgerow trees at Low Lane, Whitbecks. These trees are long since dead from dutch elm bark beetle disease Harkerside Low Lane below Whitbecks.
          658 Castle Farm. Relict Hegerow landscapes. Ancient layered ash tree.Arkengarthdale. Casle Farm
          657 High Banks Farm.Galloway. The main rock art site.High Banks Farm. 3km SE of Kirkcudbright
          656 Old crab apple at Storthwaite Hall, Sleigill. Second of two coppiced crab apples here.Arkengarthdale. Storthwaite Hall, Sleigill.
          655 Old crab apple at Storthwaite Hall, Sleigill. One of two coppiced crab apples here.Arkengarthdale, Slei Gill, Storthwaite Hall
          654 Arkle Beck. Alder carr woodland with self seeded scots pineArkengarthdale, Arkle Beck south bank.
          653 Ancient ash coppard at Castle Farm.Arkngarthdale. The Moor Edge above Castle Farm
          652 Castle Farm. Veteran ash tree next hog houseArkle Beck, North Bank
          651 The ashwoods, yew woods and alderwoods of ArkengarthdaleArkengarthdale, photographed from the track to Castle Farm and from the Moor Edge footpath
          650 Limestone ashwood with many yews on Whitcliffe Scar east of Deepdale, a panorama of views.Whitcliffe Scar
          649 Cultivation terraces (strip lynchets) below Clapgate Plantation.Clapgate Plantation.
          648 Staple Crag. An early post glacial occupation site.Upper Teesdale
          647 Rock art on Goldsborough Rigg and close to the Pennine Way Bowes Diversion.Cotherstone Moor, Pennine Way Bowes Diversion and Goldsbotough Rigg.
          646 Ring cairn on summit of Goldsborough Hill. Cotherstone and the effects on the moorland vegetation of reduction of sheep.Cotherstone Moor. Goldsborough. Summit.
          645 Landscape and prehistory on Goldsborough Hill, Cotherstone Moor.Cotherstone Moor, Goldsborough Hill and Goldsborough Rigg.
          644 Relict yew woodland on the slopes below Fremington EdgeFremington Edge
          643 Jingle Pot LevelFremington Edge
          642 Relict hedgerow trees on ancient field boundaries in Clapgate GillClapgate Gill
          641 The Deepdale Shap Erratic, John Phillips and the theory of glaciation.Barnard Castle. Deepdale Beck
          640 West Hagg. Lead Bale Site 1 below Fremington Edge.Fremington Edge, slopes below Fremington Edge above West Hagg Pastures
          639 Some specimen trees at The Hagg, Fremington.
          638 Grinton Church and Bridge from The Hagg, Fremington. Autumn colour.Grinton
          637 Unenclosed round house settlement at Bracken Rigg, Upper Teesdale and the dating of unenclosed settlements in Swaledale.Upper Teesdale. Bracken Rigg
          636 The Upper Teesdale. Whin Cill scenery of the River Tees downstream from Cronkley Bridge to High Force.The RiverTees downstream from Cronkley Bridge to High Force.
          635 Iron bloomeries on Cronkley Pasture and on Birk RiggUpper Teesdale, Cronkley Fell, Tarn Rigg
          634 Upper Teesdale. Small tarns below Cronkley Scar.Upper Teesdale. Tarn Dub below Cronkley Scar
          633 The White Force Mine and ruined Mine Shop.Cronkley Fell, White Force
          632 White Force Waterfall, the Whin Cill and underlying metamorphosed 'Sugar' Limestone.White Force Waterfall
          631 Juniper woodland on Harkerside.Harkerside. Slacks. Juniper woodland east of Browna Gill.
          630 Some trees in autumn colour, Upper Swaledale.Upper Swaledale
          629 Species poor, depleted native woodland on and below Whitfield Scar with mature landscaping plantations.Whitfield Scar (as seen from Askrigg Pasture)
          628 Peregrine Falcon standing on the wind above Whitfield Scar.Askrigg. Whitfield Scar.
          627 Spindle at Throstle Gill.Feldom Army Ranges. Throstle Gill.
          626 Spindle below Whitcliffe Scar, east of the defended RB Settlement Whitcliffe Scar
          625 OS bench marks between Grinton Bridge and How HillGrinton-Redmire road between Grinton Bridge and How Hill
          624 Ring-barked rowan tree infected by honey fungusDry gill behind Hirst Ridge (between Cogden Gill and Grinton Gill)
          623 Askrigg Pasture. Burnt Mound Site 4.Askrigg Pasture
          622 Akrigg Pasture Burnt Mound Site 3. Askrigg Pasture, High Straights lane
          621 Burnt mound in pasture east of Whitfield Gill Plantation.Askrig Pasture Site 2
          620 Askrig Pasture. Burnt Mound Site 1.Askrig Pasture
          619 The Howgill Fells. Cautley Crags,Cautley Spout and Settlement of Romano British character.Sedbergh CP. Footpath to Cautley Spout Waterfall.
          618 Scar Houses. Cliff Beck Upper Waterfall,Ford and Footbridge.Cliff Beck.
          617 Noon Gill Head. A stream cut ravine through black shales above the Main Limestone.Muker Common. Noon Gill.
          616 Muker Common. The Providence Hushes and Providence Mine.Muker Common
          615 Muker Common.Three limekilns at West Greenseat.Muker Common. West Greenseat Scar.
          614 Three cup and ring marked rocks below Cock How.Musgrove or Cleaburn Pasture below Cock How.
          613 Throstle Gill Scar. Specimen Yew with ash, wych elm, rowan, elder, hawthorn etc. Throstle Gill. Limestone Scar on lower dale slope, 100m above east bank of stream.
          612 Southern Hawker Dragonfly egg laying in pool formed by Grip Blocking.Arkengarthdale. Mire between Tarnhow Hill and Long Rig
          611 Boundary Stone (possibly reused prehistoric standing stone) at meeting of three moorland parishes.Stainmore Forest.
          610 Riverside alders and cliff woodland with ancient yew by the River Greta below Rutherford Bridge.River Greta, North and South Banks below Rutherford Bridge
          609 Birk Hill Scars above Kisdon Falls. Limestone ashwood with aspen, yew and juniper. Muker. Keld, Birk Hill Scars and woodland on south bank of the Swale below track to Kisdon High Force
          608 Tree remains at base of deep peat at Uldale Gill Head.Birkdale Common, Uldale Gill Head, Lodge Hags.
          607 Black Scar House. Sheep fold and bield at Uldale Foot..Birkdale Common
          606 The Cranberry Mires of Arkengarthdale and StainmoreM19 Mires at Adjustment Bottom, West Moor and below Spanham West Hill
          605 The Dovecote Hole. Scargill High Moor.Rowan and associated flora.Scargill High Moor. Dovecote Hole (Shake Hole)
          604 Roman lead pigs from Heyshaw, NidderdaleHeyshaw, near Dacre, Nidderdale
          603 Fan like trace fossil from Chert Strata.Hope Moor
          602 Trace fossils on sandstone. Slab No Two.Hope Moor
          601 Trace fossils on sandstone. Slab No One.Hope Moor
          600 The Grinton Pastures. Multi period settlement east of Plaintree FarmGrinton Pastures east of Plaintree Farm
          599 Small Tortoiseshell Butterfly on Creeping Thistle. Faggergill Lead Mine.Faggergill
          598 Redmire Standard
          597 Boundary stone between Sharrow Hill and High MossBetween Sharrow Hill and High Moss
          596 Boundary stone on Sharrow HillSharrow Hill
          595 Settlement at Dykehouse Close cut by the western of the two Grinton-Fremington Dykes.Grinton Pastures. Dyke House Close.
          594 Rectangular enclosed stone built settlement and associated field system east of the Marl Pit at Whitbecks, Grinton Pastures.Whitbecks
          593 Roman coin hoardScarr House, Swale Hall Lane, west of Grinton
          592 Roman harness fittingsFremington Hagg
          591 The GrintonFremington Linear Dike System, Part One: Linear earthwork at High Harker Hill centred on Long Scar and Grove Beck Head.Grinton, Harkerside Moor. High Harker Hill, Long Scar and Grove Beck
          589 Sleightholme Beck. Dry Gill Pasture. The Little Limestone exposed in the stream.Bowes Moor. Sleightholme Beck.Dry Gill Pasture.
          588 Bowes Roman Fort.Dedication Slab honouring the (African) Roman Emperor Severus and his two sons Caracalla and Geta.St Giles Church, Bowes. Found in the Vicarage Garden, 1929.
          587 Askrig. Broomber. The |Coombs. Burnt mound Site 1.Askrig. Broomber. Below Coombs.
          586 The Fell End Lead Mines. Open Cast hushes and shallow shafts.Arkengarthdale. Fell End.
          585 Arkengarthdale. Sleigill. Tanner Rake, Scatter Scar and North Rake Hushes from Fell End.Arkengarthdale. Tanner Rake, Scatter Scar and North Rake Hushes from Fell End.
          584 The Clints YewWoodland below Orgate/ Clints Scar
          583 R. Tees. Upper Teesdale.
          582 Shrubby cinquefoil. (Potentilla fruticosa) in flower. Upper Tees.River Tees above Low Force
          580 Bulrushes (Typha latifolia ) with colony of Common Spotted Orchids.Leyburn Moor Quarry
          579 Leyburn Moor Quarry. The Main Limestone.Leyburn Moor Quarry
          578 Thyme broomrape (Orobanche alba) at Leyburn Moor Quarry.Leyburn Quarry
          576 Red Scar. Cliff woodland with many yews.Downholme Park, Red Scar.NZ 1162 0016
          575 Boundary stone on Gibbon HillGibbon Hill
          574 Boundary stone at Grovebeck MossGrovebeck Moss
          573 Boundary stone at Grinton CrossGreets Moss
          572 Burnt Mound above Hags Gill plantation Above Hags Gill Plantation, Ellerton Moor.
          570 Rock Art (with outlier) at Skelton MoorMunn End, Skelton Moor
          568 Eroded cup-marked rock, Skelton MoorMunn End, Skelton Moor
          566 Rock ArtMunn End, Skelton Moor
          565 Rock ArtMunn End, Skelton Moor
          564 Boundary stone 120m NW of Height of Brownseat120m NW of Height of Brownseat
          563 Boundary stone at Height of BrownseatHeight of Brownseat
          562 Boundary stone 250m west of Snowden Man250m west of Snowden Man
          561 Boundary stone at Snowden ManSnowden Man
          560 Boundary stone on High MossHigh Moss
          559 Boundary stone near head of Glead GillHead of Glead Gill
          558 Boundary stone on Cogden MoorCogden Moor
          557 Road to Stolerston StileStolerston Stile
          556 Boundary stone at Stolerston StileStolerston Stile
          554 Veteran wych elm on south bank of Low Lane, Low Whita.Low Lane, low Whita.
          553 Low Lane, Low Whita. Ancient Wych Elm stump.Low lane, Low Whita
          552 Ovington. River Tees, North Bank. Black shales and overlying gravels and silt.
          551 Eyelash Fungus associated with horsetail in spring flushStainmore Forest. White Stone Gill
          548 Langthwaite Scar. Yews and other cliff trees.Langthwaite Scar
          547 Stone Setting and Rock FossilReeth Low Moor
          545 Mudbeck West cairn / stone circleMudbeck
          544 Dalton Village.Portable stone with triple concentric ring figures. In private possession.Dalton Village. In Private Possession.
          543 Boulder decorated with several cup and multiple concentric rings, cup marks and multiple rings.Washton, Aske Moor, near Silver Hill
          542 Curvilinear stone walled settlement above Arkle Beck.Arkengarthdale
          541 Barningham Moor. Part Two: Rock art sites on The Low Moor.Barningham Low Moor
          540  Barningham Moor. Selected rock art and associated prehistoric sites and finds. Part One: the High Moor.Barningham High Moor Edge
          539 Stainton Low Wood with ancient alder and ash coppice.River Swale Woodlands
          538 Arkengarthdale. Little Punchard Gill. Upper Ravine. Juniper.Arkengarthdale. Little Punchard Gill. Upper Ravine.
          537 Great Punchard Falls. Juniper and rowans.Arkengarthdale. Great Punchard Gill Falls.
          536 Little Punchard Gill. Brachiopod fossils from the top of the Main Limestone.Little Punchard Gill
          535 Arkengarthdale. Little Punchard Gill. Plant fossils from strata of the Main Limestone Cyclotherm. Arkengarthdale. Little Punchard Gill. Plant fossils from strata of the Main Limestone Cyclotherm.
          534 The Richmond Cherts at The Stang. Massed Productid Brachiopods from the Cockle Shell BandArkengarthdale. The Stang.Rowantree Gill.
          533 Great Punchard Falls. Crow Limestone.Great Punchard Gill
          532 SWAAG in Eden Part Nine. Roman Forts at Greta Bridge, Bowes and Brough and the Marching Camp at Stainmore SummitRoman Forts on the line of the A66
          531 Great Rowleth Wood. Platform Settlement, associated enclosures, trackway and coaxial field system.Great Rowleth Wood
          530 The last of the Trilobites!Stainmore. Gilmonby Parish. Sleightholme Beck.
          524 Enclosed Settlement at East Mellwaters Farm, Bowes.Bowes, East Mellwaters Farm
          523 Gilmonby CP. The Trough. Limestone woodland with yews.Stainmore. Sleightholme Beck, The Trough and Trough Scars
          522 Gilmonby Moor. West Plantation. Mature open woodland on heather moorland.Gilmonby Moor. West Plantation.
          521 Relict woodland with aspen clones on various Scars with Namurian strata at Sleightholme.Stainmore. Sleightholme Beck. Bog Scar and othe Scars downstream to Trough Heads Scars at NY9648 1123
          520 Stainmore. Sleightholme Beck. Trough Heads.Gilmonby CP. Stainmore. Sleightholme. Trough Heads.
          519 Aspen Grove in Lower Ravine. Hugill.Gilmonby CP Stainmore. Ravine at lower end of Hugill
          518 Aspen Grove below Hugill Force, Gilmonby CP.Gilmonby CP. Hugill Force
          517 Swaag in Eden 8. Hoard of Late Bronze Age Metalwork from GilmonbyGilmonby
          516 Whitcliffe Woods East. Native coppiced woodland at and around the old quarry site.Whitcliffe Woods East. Old Quarries Site
          515 SWAAG in Eden Part Seven: The River Caldew and the Caldbeck Mine.Caldbeck Fells. The Lake District.
          514 SWAAG in Eden Part Six. Moor Divock. The Cockpit Stone Circle.Westmorland (Cumbria). Askham. Moor Divock
          513 SWAAG in Eden. Part Five. Burial mounds on Moor Divock.Cumbria. Askham CP.Moor Divock.
          512 SWAAG in Eden Part Four. The Cop Stone Alignment. Cairn Circle, Standing Stone and associated Ring Cairn.Moor Divock
          511 SWAAG in Eden Part Three. ThePenrith Henges: Mayburgh and Round Table Henges.Penrith. Eamont Bridge. Mayburgh Henge.
          510 SWAAG in Eden. Part Two. Greystoke. Standing Stone by the B5288 road. Close to the north side of the B5288 road 3km west of Penrith
          509 SWAAG visit to the Vale of Eden, April 2012. Part One: Long Meg and Her Daughters.Little Salkeld, Cumbria
          508 Relict woodland on West Bank of Gunnerside Gill above the Sir Francis Level.Gunnerside Gill West Bank
          504 Blackburn Beck. Isolated Juniper in ravine.
          503 Ancient hedgerow with hollies and wild cherries Hudswell Wood Path
          502 Cultivation terraces, ancient hedgerows and house platform in the Round How, Richmond.Richmond. Round How
          501 Keld heads Lead Mine and Smelt Mill ComplexKeld Heads Lead Mine and Smelt Mill Complex
          500 Ancient oak coppice at lead mine shaft.Condenser Wood
          499 Orgate Force Underground LeatOrgate Force, Clints
          497 Juniper scrub woodland at Juniper Rig above Spring End.Juniper Rig above Spring End
          496 Bird cherry and blackthorn at 529m AOD on cliff below Blakethwaite DamGunnerside Gill. Below the Blakethwaite Dams.
          495 Isolate juniper on cliff above Blakethwaite Smelt MillGunnerside Gill. Limestone outcrop above Blakethwaite Smelt Mill
          494 Gunnerside Gill. Native woodland with juniper on Eweleap Scar.Gunnerside Gill. Eweleap Scar.
          493 Gunnerside Gill. Junipers on small east bank cliff above Blind GillGunnerside Gill. small scar on east bank 100m upstream of Blind Gill.
          492 Gunnerside Gill. Botcher Gill Gate.Junipers in ravineGunnerside Gill. Botcher Gill gate.
          490 Muker Side.Remains of substantial circular stone walled enclosure surrounding spring rise with alders.Muker Side
          489 West Stonesdale Beck, stream running across ripple marked sandstone.West Stonesdale Beck
          488 Two conjoined rectangular buildings and associated field systemWhitaside pastures
          487 Copperthwaite VeinMarrick Moor
          486 Whitaside. Bale Site and adjacent shaft mounds. Smith Site Birks 240Whitaside. High Lane Pasture. Birks.
          483 Images taken along Fremington EdgeImages taken along Fremington Edge
          482 Fremington Edge Upper Kame Terrace - Pictorial StudyFremington Edge Kame Terrace
          480 Summerlodge Beck Head. Native limestone ashwood with alder pollards.Summerlodge Beck
          479 Summerlodge Beck Head. Ancient rowan with exposed root.Summer Lodge Beck Head
          478 The William Gill CollieryWilliam Gill
          477 West Stonesdale Beck. How Gill. The fossil brachiopod Productus productus in shales.West Stonesdale
          476 Packhorse bridge across West Stonesdale Beck at How GillWest Stonesdale
          475 Brownsey House - (Miner/farmer) aka Brownsah or Brownsa HouseBrownsey Moor
          474 Long Brae LevelLong Brae, Brownsey Moor
          473 Brownsey LevelBrownsey Moor
          472 Burnt mound above Juniper Rig.Spring End. Juniper Rig.
          471 Relict hedgerow with wych elms and hazelGunnerside Bottoms.
          470 Gunnerside Pastures, Wych elm coppiced tree.Strands
          469 Shafts on the Crackpot Vein below Blea BarfCrackpot Moor
          468 Burnt mound on Crackpot Side Crackpot Side
          467 Burnt mound on Crackpot Side Crackpot Side
          466 Round Barrow at Muker SideMuker Side
          465 Burnt Mound at Muker SideMuker Side
          464 Cliff Beck.Lower falls. Limestone woodland in ravine with juniper and aspenMuker CP. Cliff Beck Lower falls.
          463 Usha Gap. Juniper with holly, hawthorn, rowan on south facing lower dale slope.Muker CP. Rough pasture north of Usha Gap Bridge.
          462 West Greenseat. Lime kiln and associated quarry on the Main Limestone.Muker Common.
          461 Field barns between Gunnerside and RampsholmeBetween Gunnerside and Rampsholme
          460 Muker Side. Two burnt mounds in marsh north of High Loaning.Muker Side
          459 lithic scatterBrownsey Moor
          458 Stone SettingBrownsey Moor
          457 Relict hedgerows between Ivelet and Rampsholme.Between Ivelet and Rampsholme
          456 Black Beck. Relict woodland at the final stage of degradation.Bellerby Moor, Black Beck
          455 Park Gill Mine WorkingsPark Gill Lead mine
          453 Winterings Low Scar. Faulted chert and limestone strata. Winterings Low Scar
          452 Winter Ings. A ruined Farmer-Miner Landscape in winter.Melbecks. Winter Ings
          451 Melbecks. Bents. Small patch of native woodland.Small gill below road above Bents.
          450 Melbecks. Barf Side. Limestone Scar and pavement formed by the Midle Limestone.Melbecks. Barf Side.
          449 Wych elm pollards on and close to the eastern dike of the Grinton-Fremington Linear Earthworks.Grinton PasturesWych elm pollards on and close to the eastern dike of the Grinton-Fremington Cross Valley Linear Earthwork.
          448 Low Lane, at Whitbecks. Grinton. Relict hedgerow. Now lost to elm disease.Grinton CP. Whitbecks. Low Lane.
          447 Low Feldom DMVLow Feldom Farm
          446 Clapper BridgeBellerby Deer Park, Army range.
          445 Tor Dike. Winter evening moonrise.Coverdale Head
          444 Low Whita. Settlement above Scabba Wath.Low Whita
          443 Black Beck Lithics SiteBlack Beck
          442 Photographic montage of Bellerby Moorand Bellerby Deer Park in advance of construction of New Range. Part Two.Bellerby Moor Ranges and Bellerby Deer Park.
          441 Black Beck HouseBellerby Moor
          440 Clapper BridgeBellerby Moor
          439 Ring Cairn at Scarth Nick.Preston Scar. Scarth Nick.
          438 Unenclosed settlement at Redmire Pasture.Redmire pasture
          437 Bellerby Moor. Rough Stonewort (Chara aspera) in stream at Park Gill Head.Bellerby Moor. Small calcareous stream falling to Park Gill Head.
          436 Black GrouseArkengarthdale
          435 Bellerby Moor.Infilled tarn between morainic hills with tufa springsand burnt mounds.Bellerby Moor
          434 Bellerby Moor. Oncolite rich spring flushes south of Black Beck Gill, at interfluve between Swale and UreOncolite rich spring flushes and streams with rich flora. SE089 936. Close to eastern edge of New Range Footprint. !
          433 Bellerby Moor and Bellerby Deer Park. A moorland landscape.Bellerby Moor and Bellerby Deer Park
          432 Earthwork and Enclosure below Little Windegg below Little Windegg, Arkengarthdale
          431 Tufa mound at abandoned spring in Pine Plantation.Bellerby Moor MOD Ranges. Moorland SSSI.
          430 Shaw Lead LevelShaw Beck Gill
          429 Bellerby Deer Park Range. Hengi-Form Barrow with Wessex affinities.Bellerby Army Ranges. Active. No public access.
          428 Holgate Beck Woods and. Rispey Wood. Mixed deciduous woodland dominated by Upland Birch Wood and Alder Wood Holgate Beck Woods. Part One. East Bank, Hollins Wood. .
          427 Hurst. Schoolmaster Pasture. Rispey Wood. Enclosed SettlementHurst. Schoolmaster Pasture. Rispey Wood.
          426 New Forest CP. Holgate and Kexwith Beck. Fault Zone.?Anticline structure.New Forest CP. Holgateand Kexwith Beck.
          425 New Forest.Holgate How. Summit round barrow and associated prehistoric landscape. New Forest. Holgate How. Summit.
          424 Kexwith Beck.Relict woodland with yews on East Bank Scar Part 2Kexwith Beck. East Bank Scar Part 2
          423 New Forest CP. Relict woodland with ancient yews on Kexwith Beck East Bank Scar. Part One.New Forest CP. Kexwith Beck East Bank Scar.
          422 New Forest. Kexwith Gill,Relict woodland on small limestone scar below Arndale Hole.Kexwith Gill, small scar below Arndale Hole.
          421 Arndale Springs Scars and Landslips. Relict woodland with yews and rowan on outcropping Richmond Chert Strata.Arndale Springs.
          420 New Forest. Arndale Hole, Lower Scar. Solitary dead yew.New Forest. Arndale Hole, Lower Scar
          412 Arndale Beck Lower Ravine. Wych elm dominant woodland.Newsham High Moor
          411 Newsham CP. Arndale Beck. Upper or Sheepfold ScarNewsham CP. Arndale Beck. Upper or Sheepfold Scar
          410 Healaugh Pastures. Settlements and field system complex.Healaugh Pastures
          409 Applegarth Scar, West. Limestone woodland on and below two cliffs. The lower and more prominent cliff formed by the Main Limestone, the Upper formed by Richmond Cherts.Applegarth Scar from the western extremity at NZ11750162 to the fenced Plain, or glade, above West Applegarth Farm.
          408 THe Round Howe. Mixed woodland with population of Large Leafed Lime Trees.Western Slopes of the Round Howe
          407 Marske C.P. West Applegarth SSSI Woodland. Deepdale West Side, Limestone Woodland with Yew and Large Leafed Lime.Marske C.P. West Applegarth Woodland. Salmon Gill and Deepdale West.
          406 Muker. Kisdon North Gang Scars. The Wych Elm Scar.Muker. Kisdon North Gang Scars. The more southerly of three scars recorded. The Wych Elm Scar.
          405 Muker. Kisdon North Gang Scars. Middle or Bird Cherry Scar.
          404 MUK155. Muker CP. Kisdon North Gang Scars. Relict woodland with isolated yew.Kisdon North Gang Scars
          403 Bainbridge. Semerdale.Prehistoric sites and finds in the vicinity of Semerwater.Bainbridge, Semerwater Area, Semer Dale.
          402 Hudswell CP. Hag Wood and Under Bank Wood. Relict woodland on North Facing Limestone CliffHudswell CP. Hag Wood and Under Bank Wood
          401 How Hill, Downholme. Defended settlement or univallate hill fort.How Hill Downholme
          400 Downholme Moor. Sidebank. Coaxial field system associated with homestead setllements of Late Prehistoric or Native Roman Character on Sidebank.Downholme Moor. Area above and south of Sidebank Wood and Whitescar up to and beyond the unfenced road from Downholme to Hudswell.
          399 DOW100. Downholme Moor. Sidebank.Linear settlement and associated coaxial field system (DOW101) Downholme Moor. Sidebank.
          395 MSK01 Throstle Gill. Ancient rowans and yew on small Scar on east side of stream below Dicky Edge.Marske CP. Cordilleras. Throstle Gill. Small Scar on east side of stream below Dicky Edge.
          394 ELL05 Ellerton Moor. Bronze Age Cairnfield Settlement and Field System above Juniper GillEllerton Moor. Spur above and to the west of Juniper Gill
          393 ELL04 Ellerton Moor. Large round cairn on Moor Edge.Ellerton Moor
          392 ELL06 Army Ranges, Ellerton Moor. Ring cairn at head of Juniper GillEllerton Moor
          391 ELL07 Ellerton Moor. Standing stone above Juniper Gill.Ellerton Moor. Above Juniper Gill.
          390 ELL13 Boundary stones Nos 1-13 from Robin Cross to Ellerton Scar numbered eastwards Boundary stones marking the limits of the estates of Edward Drax, Marmaduke Wyvill and Simon Scrope on Ellerton Moor
          389 ELL 20 Ellerton Moor C14 dated Pollen ReportEllerton Moor
          387 GAY100 Waitegate Wood. Upland oak-birch wood.Gayles CP Waitegate Wood
          386 MUK020 Birkdale Common.Mallerstang Edge. Unidentified slime mould on ling at 630m AODBirkdale Common
          385 MUK170 Muker Side. Juniper scrub woodland.Muker Side
          384 MUK159 Swinnner Gill. Lower Cliffs, East side. Limestone Ashwood Community with many yews and solitary juniper.Swinnner Gill. Lower Cliffs, East side, from footpath crossing down to Fair Yew End.
          383 MUK158 Swinner Gill, Lower Cliffs West Side. Limestone ashwood with aspen and yew.Swinner Gill, Lower Cliffs West Side
          382 MUK157 Swinnergill. Upper section. Isolated Juniper with Yew, Sallow etcMukerCP. Swinner Gill. Head of Ravine
          381 MUK156 Waterfall ravine above Swinner Gill Kirk. Relict limestone woodland.MUK156 Ravine above Swinner Gill Kirk
          380 MUK147.Rash Pastures. Routin Gill. Alders and mixed deciduous woodland to 425m.Muker CP. Rash Pastures. Routin Gill
          379 MUK153 Muker CP below Keld. Birk Hill Scars, Aspen and Yew on River Swale, South Bank Scars above Kisdon Force . Muker CP below Keld. Birk Hill Scars, River Swale, South Bank Scars above Kisdon Force .
          378 MUK146 Lover Gill Upper Ravine. Depleted limestone woodland in ravine.Muker Common. Lover Gill Upper Ravine.
          377 Muker Common. Lover Gill, Upper Ravine Cave. Lover Gill, Upper Ravine
          376 MUK145 Muker Common. Lover Gill. Junipers at Lower Fall and Ravine.Muker Common. Lover Gill. Lower Fall and Ravine.
          375 MUK144 Muker Common. Scar below Buttertubs Road with juniper, ash and stone bramble.Muker Common Small Scar high above the West Side of Cliff Beck immediately below the Buttertubs Car Parking Lay by
          374 MUK143 Muker Common. Cliff Beck West Bank. Lower Scar. Juniper with Wych Elm etc.MUK143 Muker Common. Cliff Beck West Bank. Lower Scar.
          373 MUK141 Muker Common, Cliff Beck Cave Scar. Isolated Juniper and relict woodland.Muker Common, Cliff Beck, East Bank, Cave Scar.
          372 MUK142 Muker Common. Cliff Beck. Upper Waterfalls Scar. Scattered junipers and relict woodland.Muker Common. Cliff Beck. Southern (Upper waterfalls) Scar.
          371 MUK140 Kisdon, Hooker Mill Hole Scar. Relict woodland with yews, juniper and aspen.Kisdon West. Hooker Mill Scar
          370 MUK 139 Kisdon West. Hooker Mill, Upper Scar. Yews and JuniperHooker Mill Upper Scars
          369 cup-marked rockMunn End, Skelton Moor
          367 cup-and- ring marked rockMunn End, Skelton Moor
          365 Munn End, two Cup and ring marked rocks.Skelton Moor. Munn End.
          364 MUK138 Kisdon Hill West. Thwaite Stones. Juniper Scrub Woodland.Kisdon Hill. Thwaite Stones. Juniper woodland.
          363 MUK137 Kisdon West Pastures. Juniper Scrub Site 2.Kisdon Hill West Pastures.
          361 A source of the Swale (where the gods shed a tear).High Seat. Source of the Swale.
          360 MUK136 Juniper scrub on Kisdon Western Slopes above Skeb Skeugh. Site 1.Kisdon Hill Western Slopes above Skeb Skeugh
          359 MUK135 East Stonesdale. Isolated Juniper above Hind Hole Falls.East Stonesdale. Isolated Juniper above Hind Hole Falls.
          357 Aspen at Skeugh GillSkeugh Gill
          356 Lime kiln above Angram
          355 MUK115Ay Gill Force. Limestone ashwood.Ay Gill Force
          354 How Hill, Whitbecks. Undated earthworks and the four How Hills of Swaledale.Whitbecks. How Hill.
          353 Bale site with lead prill below Fell End.Fell End
          352 MUK131 East Stonesdale Pry Hill Falls. Ancient woodland with yews.East Stonesdale Beck. Pry Hill Falls
          351 MUK130 West Stonesdale. Startindale Gill. Waterfall Ravine. Type A woodland.West Stonesdale. Startindale Gill
          350 MUK149 Oxnop Scar relict limestone ash woodland with aspen and juniper.Oxnop Common. Oxnop Scar.
          349 MUK128 River Swale North Bank. Cotterby Scar. Type C Species rich limestone ashwood with Yew and Aspen Clones.River Swale North Bank. Cotterby Scar.
          348 MUK127 River Swale, Low Bridge. Windy Gill Scar. Type C Species rich ashwood with Yew.River Swale, Windy Gill Scar. North Bank above Low Bridge
          347 MUK126 Ravenseat Moor. Type A Species-poor Woodland rowan and sallow only. Middle Tongue and Graining Scars. Upper Scar and Waterfall.Ravenseat Moor. . Middle Tongue and Graining Scars. Upper Scar and Waterfall.
          345 MUK125. Whitsundale, Hoods Bottom Beck. Graining Scars Lower Fall. Isolated junipers.Hoods Bottom Beck. Graining Scar. Lower Falls.
          344 MUK124 Whitsundale. Ravenseat Moor. Scars on Hoods Bottom Beck. Type A Locality with rowan and sallow only.Whitsundale. Ravenseat Moor. Scars on Hoods Bottom Beck
          343 MUK123 Whitsundale,Ravenseat Farm,Hoods Bottom Beck, Jenny Whalley Force. Type A Species-poor woodland. Rowan only.Whitsundale,Ravenseat Farm,Hoods Bottom Beck, Jenny Whalley Force.
          342 Birkdale Common. Lane End Mine. Level at stream level.Birkdale Common. Lane End Mine
          341 MUK122. Whitsundale. How Edge Scars. West Bank, aspens on uppermost north facing Cliff.How Edge Scars. Uppermost, north facing cliff on West Bank.
          340 MUK121 Whitsundale Beck.How Edge Scars down to Cop Gill. Aspen and juniper present.Whitsundale. How Edge Scars, Upper Part.
          339 MUK161 West Arngill Scar. Type C Species-rich Limestone ashwood with isolated juniper.West Arngill Scar
          337 Elling Hearth or Chopwood KilnArn Gill
          336 MUK120 How Edge Scars. Lower Section. Type B Generally acidic vegetation but with tufa springs above stream. Aspen Clones and Juniper.Whitsundale How Edge Scars Lower Section from Cop Gill down to Caveside Gill
          335 MUK119 Whitsundale Beck. Ovenmouth Scars. Aspens on cliff.Whitsundale Beck. Ovenmouth Scars.
          334 MUK118 Whitsundale. West bank scar below Barney Brow. Two isolated junipers.Whitsundale.Unnamed west bank scar below Barney Brow.
          333 MUK117 Whitsundale Beck. The Juniper Scar with solitary aspen.Whitsundale Beck. West facing cliff at stream level.
          332 MUK115 Limestone ashwood at Aygill Force.Aygill Force
          331 MUK116 Whitsundale. Lamb Paddock Scar. Aspen and juniper.Whitsundale. Lamb Paddock Scar Upper Section.
          329 Melbecks CP. Low Row Pasture. Barb and tanged arrowpoint.Low Row Pasture
          328 MUK114. Great Ash Gill. Upper Falls.Aspen clones with isolated juniper on side of ravine below fallsGreat Ash Gill. Upper Falls.
          327 MUK111 Great Sleddale. Long Scar.Limestone ashwood community.Great Sleddale. Long Scar.
          326 MUK110 Great Sleddale Pastures. Depleted limestone woodland. Hazel the only tree present. Great Sleddale Pastures
          325 MUK001 Great Sleddale. Lane End Mine.Great Sleddale. Lane End Mine.
          324 MUK108 Birkdale Common. Little Sleddale, Ravine below Lower FallsType A Locality with Aspen clones.Little Sleddale, Ravine below Lower Falls
          323 MUK107. Birkdale Common. Little Sleddale. Ravine below Upper Falls. Aspen Clones on cliff below Upper Falls.Birkdale Common. Little Sleddale. Ravine below Upper Falls.
          322 Aske Moor. Cup and ring marked rock.Whashton. Aske Moor
          319 Teesdale. Gayles Moor. Cluster of Rock Art Sites centred on Hill 99.Gayles Moor. Hill 99 and adjacent Allotments.
          318 Marrick CP. Moresdale Ridge. Cairnfield settlement and Cup marked cairnHurst Moor. Moresdale Ridge.
          317 Stone Houses.Isolated juniper.Birkdale Beck. Stone Houses.
          316 MUK105 Birkdale Beck. Stone Houses. Isolated Juniper.Birkdale.Stone Houses
          311 Wensleydale. Coverdale Head. Ash coppiced tree.Wensleydale. Carlton Highdale.Waterfall Ravine below Great Hunterstone Bank.
          310 Wensleydale. Coverdale. Downy Birch at top edge of limestone cliff below Falls.Carlton Highdale CP. Waterfall Ravine below Great Hunter\'s Stone Bank.
          309 Wensleydale. Carlton Highdale CP. Relict woodland at waterfall.Wensleydale.Coverdale. Waterfall below Great Hunter\'s Stone Bank.
          308 MUK106 Muker CP. Upper Falls (below sheepfold). Isolated juniper. Little Sleddale Beck. Falls below Sheepfold.
          307 MUK101 Muker CP. Birkdale Common Birkdale Beck. Type B Locality generally acidic but with Tufa Springs. Rowan and shrub willow only trees present.Muker CP. Birkdale Common, Birkdale Beck. Small cliff above confluence with Little Sleddale Beck.
          306 WensleydaleWensleydale
          305 StainmoreStainmore
          304 Swaledale High Level North Bank CatchmentSwaledale North Bank Catchment
          303 Lower Swaledale (Grinton - Richmond)Lower Swaledale (Grinton - Richmond)
          302 Mid Swaledale (Melbecks (part), Reeth and Grinton CP's)Mid Upper Swaledale (Mid-Upper Swaledale, comprising the Swale catchment from the eastern limits of Muker CP down to the confluences of the Arkle Beck and Grinton Gill with the River Swale)
          301 Upper SwaledaleUpper Swaledale
          300 Lartington CP. Deepdale Beck. Blackthorn thicket above Nabb Bridge.Lartington Cp. Deepdale Beck, Nabb Bridge.
          299 Deepdale Beck. Alder. Lartington CP Deepdale Beck below Crag Bridge.
          298 Deepdale Beck below Crag Bridge. Ancient Holly in Aspen dominated relict woodland.Lartington CP. Deepdale. From Crag Bridge to Nab Bridge. Upper Cliff with Aspen
          297 Fly Agaric (Amanita muscaria) growing with Scots PineMorley Gate west of Park Hall
          296 Birkdale Common. Uldale Beck Falls. Isolated Rowan.Birkdale Common. Uldale Beck Falls
          295 MUK100 Uldale Beck Falls. Rowan.Birkdale Common. Uldale Beck Falls
          294 Barney Beck, West Bank. Downy Birch.Barney Beck
          293 Melbecks CP. Barney Beck West Bank. Birch wood with aspen grove.Barney Beck Woods. West bank.
          292 Melbecks CP. Barney Beck Woods, West Bank. Native woodland with aspen.Barney Beck Woods. West Bank.
          291 cup-and- ring marked rockMunn End, Skelton Moor
          290 Ellerton Scar. Two junipers (J. communis ssp nana) on detached stack.Ellerton Scar West of Spring Scar Wood.
          289 Relict Woodland on Ellerton ScarEllerton Scar West
          288 Ancient Yew at Clapgate Bank ScarClapgate Bank Scar
          287 Clapgate Bank Scar with ancient clif yew and rowansClapgate Bank Scar
          284  MUK113 Great Ash Gill, Lower Falls. Aspen clones.Great Ash Gill, Lower Falls.
          283 MUK102 Relict woodland with isolated Junipers on Black Scar, Ellers.Birkdale, Ellers, Black Scar
          282 Bale sites (for smelting lead ore)Fremington Edge on the south side of the wall separating the moor from the enclosed land
          281 Hand Levels in Slei Gill Slei Gill
          280 Farndale Smelt MillSlei Gill
          279 Round barrow mound at LangthwaiteLangthwaite. In pasture on west side of road opposite Car Park
          278 Jocelyn's Ancient Ash Hedgerow CoppardIvelet Bridge
          277 Stoddarts Hush. Ancient juniper and rowan trees.Stoddarts Hush
          276 Healaugh Crag. Graffiti made by the quarrymen and masons constructing the Old Gang flue and chimneyHealaugh Crag
          274 Wetshaw Bottom. Allis Chalmers Type, double log or trough ore washer, remains of.Wetshaw Bottom
          272 Mill Bottom area near Surrender BridgeMill Bottom Surrender Bridge
          271 Ring cairn like structure at spring above East Stonesdale BeckEast Stonesdale
          270 Ring cairn at North Gang Scar, Kisdon.Kisdon. North Gang Scar. Edge of terrace
          269 MUK132 East Stonedale. Juniper on Black Scar.East Stonesdale. Small Black Scar upstream of Pry Hill Wood and Falls.
          268 MUK134 East Stonesdale. Small west bank scar with hazel, juniper and stone bramble . East Stonesdale. Uppermost Scar below Hind Hole Waterfall.
          267 MUK133 East Stonesdale, Unnamed Limestone Ravine. Relict limestone ashwood with yews and junipers. East Stonesdale
          259 Multi period settlement complex extending over a distance of 1km east from Stony Raise CairnGreenber Edge
          258 Castle Dikes Henge.Aysgarth. Flout Moor Lane.
          257 Addlebrough Summit. Cup marked stone cairn. Addlebrough Summit
          256 Images of rock art below Holgate How.Holgate How
          255 Bird cherry in fruit.Whitcliffe Scar.
          254 Musk mallow. Malva moschata. Whitcliffe Scar.Whitcliffe Scar
          253 Burnet Moth on MarjoramWhitcliffe Scar.
          251 Vipers bugloss. Echium vulgare.Whitcliffe Scar
          250 Least clubmoss. Selaginella selaginoides.Bishopdale
          249 Butterwort. Pinguicula vulgare.Bishopdale
          248 Cotton Grass (Eriophorum vaginatum) Bishopdale.Bishopdale
          247 Primula farinosaBishopdale
          246 The lichen Protoblastenia calvaBirkdale Common
          245 Stony Raise Round CairnWensleydale. Bainbridge CP. Carpley Green. Stony Raise Cairn
          244 Waterfalls on Hoods Bottom Beck at Graining ScarsRavenseat Moor. Hoods Bottom Beck. Waterfalls at Graining Scars.
          243 Wood Tiger MothSummerlodge Moor
          242 Small Tortoiseshell ButterflySlei Gill
          241 Green Hairstreak ButterflyFremington Edge (Top)
          240 Melancholy thistle. Road verge. Rash.
          239 Lead Mine at junction of Lover Gill with Cliff Beck.Lover Gill
          238 Three conjoined lead bale smelting sites above the lead mine at the lower reach of Lover GillLover Gill
          237 Bainbridge, Cragdale, Shaw Side and above High lane. Unenclosed settlements and field system. Cragdale, Shaw Side
          236 Birds Eye Primrose. Thornton Rust Moor.Thornton Rust Moor
          235 Two alder pollards below lead mine level in Arngill.Arngill.
          234 Chimney Sweeper MothCrackpot
          232 Friendly Black SlugsLover Gill
          231 Two adjacent burnt mounds below Dale Head Scar. The Lower Site.Wensleydale, Bishopdale, Dale Head
          230 Two burnt mounds below Dale Head Scar. Upper Site.
          229 Lead Bale Smelting Site at Dale Head, BishopdaleWensleydale, Bishopdale, Dale Head
          228 Defended settlement below Willance's Leap.East Applegarth. \'Fort\' below Willance\'s Leap
          227 Deserted medieval Village at Low Feldom, Marske CPLow Feldom
          226 Banded snail shells, Cephaea nemoralis. The common snail found on limestone grassland. Is every shell unique?Redmire Scar
          225 Hyalostelia smithiiClapgate Scar
          224 White Scar, Downholme..Downholme CP. White Scar.
          223 Round house settlement and enclosures below Clapgate Scar.Clapgate
          222 Multi period settlement complex on west side of Clapgate Gill.Clapgate
          221 Moulds Horse Level aka Moulds Level aka Old MouldsArkengarthdale
          220 Underedge Level, Arkengarthdale Mines, Langthwaite.Moulds Side, Langthwaite, Arkengarthdale
          219 Danby LevelBelow Whaw Edge
          218 Justice Level Arkengarthdale Mines, LangthwaiteMoulds Side, Langthwaite, Arkengarthdale
          217 Hungry Hushes Chert Quarries Whaw Edge
          216 Partially worked millstones on Mould Side above Tottergill PastureWhaw Edge
          200 Shallow shafts at Cogden HallCogden Hall farmland
          199 Ancient fallen rowan in blossom at Telfit Farm (with Ric).Marske Beck. Telfit Farm.
          198 Miner's Graffiti Slei Gill
          197 Cliff whitebeam, Sorbus rupicolaWhite Scar
          196 Plant galls on nettles ( Urtica dioica) caused by Gall Midge. Ouch!Preston Moor
          195 Orgate Scar West. Relict woodland with many fine yews. Part One of Four. See also later SWAAG Records.Orgate Scar West
          194 Helwith Cottages.
          193 Throstle Gill. Pair of conjoined deserted cottages. Throstle Gill, east bank. Army Range. Feldom Training Area.
          192 Birth of a swallow hole or shakehole. Clints lead mine.In pasture above Clints Lead Mine.
          191 Lead Bale at Clints Lead Mine.Clints Lead Mine
          190 Two burnt mounds above Dicky Edge (West).Dicky Edge West. Cordilleras Farm.
          189 Platform settlement at Clints Wood.Marske CP. Clints Wood.
          188 Unenclosed round house settlement below Dicky Edge (West).Dicky Edge West. Within Feldom Army Ranges.
          187 Dicky Edge. Settlement of Early Medieval Character.Dicky Edge. Throstle Gill. Cordilleras Farm.
          186 Sea Campion.Silene maritima. Swaledale. In bud at 04 May 2011Army Range.
          185 Thrift or Sea Pink, Armeria maritima. Montane location.Preston Moor
          184 Alpine penny-cress. Thlaspi caerulescens in Arkengarthdale.Arkengarthdale.
          183 Moonwort Fern.Track from Hurst to Fell End.
          182 Spring sandwort. Minuartia verna on lead mining ground.Fell End
          181 Relict woodland vegetation with yew and juniper on Fell End Scar.Fremington Edge, Fell End Scar and Fell End Lead Mine
          180 Barningham Low Moor. Barbed and tanged arrowpoint. Stray find.Barningham Low Moor
          179 Lartington CP. Deepdale Beck.Aspen dominated relict woodland and streamside vegetation.Lartington CP. Deepdale Beck. From Crag Bridge to Nab Bridge
          178 Little Sleddale. Lower Falls. Shell bed and mudstones.Birkdale Common. Little Sleddale.
          177 Little Sleddale BeckMuker CP. Birkdale Common. Little Sleddale. Upper Falls
          176 Round CairnCalver Hill (South) Reeth
          175 Preston Moor, including that part of Redmire Moor east of the unfenced road from Grinton to Redmire and the steep pastures below Redmire Scar.Preston Moor, Redmire Moor, Redmire Scar, Low Scar and Preston Scar.
          174 FlintEllerton Abbey
          173 Relict woodland on and below the western section of Whitcliffe ScarWhitcliffe Scar West.
          172 Flint Carperby ( Thackthwaite Beck)
          171 Isolated rowan tree and solitary juniper bush at Hungry Hush.Arkengarthdale. Hungry Hushes.
          170 Applegarth. Deepdale Lower Scar. Yew on edge of Scar.Richmond, Applegarth, Deepdale Lower Scar
          169 CairnEllerton Moor
          168 Richmond CP. Applegarth. Deepdale Lower Scar.Applegarth, Deepdale Lower Scar
          167 Richmond CP. Deepdale, Upper Scar. Yew and rowan.Applegarth, Deepdale Upper Scar
          166 Round Cairn above Great Punchard GillArkengarthdale Moor
          165 Stigmaria. Little Punchard GillLittle Punchard Gill
          164 Sheepfold / sheepwash at Great Punchard GillGreat Punchard Gill
          163 Double Limekiln and quarry on northern side of Great Punchard GillGreat Punchard Gill
          162 Routh LevelPunchard Gill
          161 Lithic find of Mesolithic character.
          160 Lithic ScatterRiddings Rigg, Reeth
          159 Utilised FlintRiddings Rigg, Reeth
          158 Orchid meadow.Arkengarthdale
          157 Large Leafed Lime in Swaledale
          156 Globe flowers
          155 Nanny Miller Springs. Burnt Mound Site 1 Nanny Miller Springs- In pasture north of Rubbing House above Clapgate Plantation.
          154 Defended settlement on How Hill, Low Whita.How Hill, Low Whita.
          153 Jewellery InsetSmarber
          152 Ellerton Moor Ring CairnEllerton Moor
          151 The Harker Mires Ring Cairn.Harkerside Moor. Harker Mires
          150 Cairnfield type settlement complex centred on the Harker Mires Ring CairnHarkerside Moor. Harker Mires.
          149 Burnt Mound Whitaside.Gale Houses in-between High and Low Whitaside
          148 Mouldside Lead Levels.Mouldside, Arkengarthdale.
          147 2 shallow settlement platformsNear Low Hollings, Marske.
          146 Abandoned FarmhouseLow Hollings Near Marske
          145 Preston Quarry. Mesolithic and Neolithic Occupation Sites.Preston under Scar CP. Preston Quarry. Now removed by quarry activity.
          144 Four burnt mounds at Howgill Head.Teesdale. Hunderthwaite CP. Howgill Head.
          143 Rock art sites at Howgill Farm.Howgill Grange Farm
          142 Shallow scooped earthworkGale Head Moor, North of Low Faggergill, Arkengarthdale
          141 Lead Bale on Bronze Age Burnt Mound.Wensleydale. West Burton CP. Pasture below Morpeth Wood.
          140 Morpeth Gate Pasture.Four burnt mounds, Sites 1-4, below Nancy Nick Woods.Wensleydale. West Burton CP. Morpeth Gate. Nancy Nick Pastures.
          139 Burnt Mound below Ashby Gill. Site 2.Wensleydale. West Burton CP. Pasture below Ashby Gill.
          138 Burnt Mound below Ashby Gill. Site 3.West Burton CP. Pasture below Ashby Gill.
          137 Burnt Mound in pasture below Ashby Gill Site 2West Burton CP. Burnt mound in pasture below Ashby Gill. Site 2
          136 Marske CP. Forty Acres Allotment. Upper of two cross marked rocksMarske CP. Forty Acres Allotment. Upper of two cross marked rocks
          135 Marske CP. Forty Acres Allotment. Lower of two cross marked rocks at this location.Marske CP. Forty Acres Allotment.
          134  Marske CP. Forty Acres Allotment. Cup and ring marked rock east of Dales Beck.Marske CP. Forty Acres Allotment.
          133 Bellerby CP. Bellerby Moor Ranges. Site 6Bellerby CP. Bellerby Moor. Springs rising south of Black Beck.
          132 Black Beck Springs. Lower SiteBellerby CP. Bellerby Moor Ranges Burnt Site 5. The lower of two burnt mounds located at oncolite rich stream below calcareous tufa forming spring on the south side of Black Beck
          131 Bellerby Moor. Burnt Mound Site 4, at head of Park Gill.Bellerby Moor. Burnt Mound Site 4, at head of Park Gill.
          130 Bellerby CP. Bellerby Moor Ranges. Whipperdale Bank. Burnt Mound Site 3.Bellerby CP. Bellerby Moor Ranges. Whipperdale Bank.
          129 Bellerby Moor Ranges. Whipperdale Bank. Burnt Mound Site 2. The second burnt mound to be recorded of six at this general vicinity.Bellerby CP. Bellerby Moor Ranges. Whipperdale Bank
          128 Bellerby Moor Ranges.Whipperdale Bank. Burnt mound Site 1. (1 of 6 burnt mounds in this vicinity).Bellerby CP. Bellerby Moor Ranges.Whipperdale Bank.
          126 Field system on Eskeleth Low Moor.Arkengarthdale
          125 Unenclosed round house settlement above High Eskeleth FarmArkengarthdale. High Eskeleth. Low Moor.
          124 High Eskeleth. Low Moor. Two adjacent ring banks and small round cairn.Arkengarthdale. High Eskeleth. Low Moor.
          123 Fell End Scar. Yews with juniper etc on Limestone Scar at 430mFremington Edge. Fell End Scar.
          121 Cup marked rock near Mudbeck Stone Ring.Mudbeck Side, some 850 NE of Crooks of |Beck Bridge and 50m west of the stone ring (see previous record).
          120 Stone circle at Mudbeck Side.On rising ground at Mud Beck 850m NE of Beck Crooks Bridge..
          119 Scooped curvilinear enclosed settlement and field system, west of Swale Hall.
          118 Ring Cairn or embanked stone circle at Harker Mires.Grinton CP. Harkerside Moor. Harker Mires.
          117 Burnt mounds recorded by Tim LauriePreston Moor. Stopmore Rake Spring
          116 Tranchet Axe and other finds of Early Mesolithic character. Lithic find site.Rigg above Calvert Houses.
          115 Rigg, Calvert Houses. Neolithic Occupation Site. Found and recorded by Tim LaurieRigg, Calvert Houses.
          114 Possible round barrow south of Gun Ing laneIn Pasture at edge of River Terrace. South of Gun Ing Lane
          113 Large Romano British scooped settlement near Muker. Site found and recorded by Tim Laurie.RecordSettlement south of Gun Ing Lane
          112 Blades EarthworkBlades, Swaledale
          110 Surrender Lead Smelt MillSurrender Lead Smelt Mill, 1.5Km North of Feetham.
          109 Whitaside MinesWhitaside Mines, Whitaside Moor
          108 Upper Swaledale MinesUpper Swaledale Mines
          107 Swinnergill Mines Keld Swinnergill - Keld
          106 Sleigill / Washy Green MinesSleigill / Washy Green Mines
          105 Tanner Rake LevelsTanner Rake, Sleigill, Langthwaite
          104 Sir Francis Level - Record 2 of 2 see also 103Sir Francis Level - Gunnerside Gill
          103 Sir Francis Level - Record 1 of 2 see also 104Sir Francis Level - Gunnerside Gill
          102 Old Gang and other Reeth High Moor LevelsOld Gang + Reeth High Moor
          101 Victoria Level Brownsey MoorVictoria Level Brownsey Moor
          100 Ash Pot LevelAsh Pot Level Brownsey Moor
          99 Burnt Mound surveyed by Tim LaurieUpper Teesdale. Skyer Beck
          98 Burnt Mound surveyed by Tim LaurieUpper Teesdale. Beside small sike on floodplain, south of the River Tees. Below Cronkley Scar.
          97 Burnt Mound found by Tom Gledhill.Blea Beck Sheepfold
          96 Burnt Mound surveyed by Tim LaurieEel Beck Holwick Fell
          95 Burnt Mounds surveyed by Tim LaurieBlack Mea Crag Sike
          94 Burnt Mounds surveyed by Tim LaurieStrands Gill
          93 Burnt Mounds surveyed by Tim Laurie Stotley Grange, Knott Well
          92 Burnt Mound surveyed by Tim Laurie Blackton Beck
          91 Burnt Mound surveyed by Tim LaurieColdwell Spring
          90 Burnt Mounds recorded by Tim Laurie Burnt mound in pasture north of Far East Hope and west of stream by footpath to Gutters Bridge.
          89 Burnt Mound surveyed by Tim LaurieWest Loups Spring
          88 Scargill Moor. Sealey Spring. Burnt Mound at spring rise.Sealey Spring
          87 Scargill Moor. 500m SE of Spanham Farm.Three burnt mounds on the same stream.Stang Foot
          86 HOPE C.P. On open moorland above the Stang Forest. Very small site.
          85 Barningham. The Low Moor. Two adjacent burnt mounds on eastern bank of small stream which flows northward Barningham. The Low Moor. On eastern bank of small stream which flows northward from Osmonds Gill.
          84 Barningham. The Low Moor. Settlement and Burnt mound below How TallonBarningham. The Low Moor. Settlement and Burnt mound below How Tallon
          83 WHASHTON C.P. Sturdy Springs, four burnt mound sites. One site excavated and radiocarbion dated, one site radiocarbon dated.WHASHTON C.P. Sturdy Springs, four burnt mound sites.
          82 Very large Burnt Mound below Redmire Scar.PRESTON UNDER SCAR C.P.
          81 Thorny Bank Hill and Grasper Bank Spring. Two burnt mounds at locations listed belowRedmire CP. Thorny Bank Hill and Grasper Bank Spring. Two burnt mounds at locations listed below.
          80 Bolton West and East Parks. Eight Burnt Mounds at various locations as listed.Castle Bolton with East and West Bolton CP. Several locations as listed
          79 Carperby CP. Peat Moor Lane below Wegber. Two burnt mounds. Hut circle settlements nearby.Carperby Cum Thoresby CP: Peat Moor Lane
          78 ASkrig CP. Beldaw Hill. Burnt Mound at spring rise.ASKRIGG C.P. Beldaw Hill.
          77 High Abbotside. Hardraw. High Shaw Gill. Two burnt mounds in pasture.High Shaw Gill, Hardraw
          76 Burtersett High Pasture. Isolated burnt mound at spring stream below Yorburgh.Burtersett High Pasture
          75 Apperset. Upper of two burnt mound sites at spring rise below dismantled railway spoil heap.Appersett. Upper of two burnt mounds 400m south of Holme Heads Bridge.
          74 Appersett. Two large burnt mounds 400m south of Holme Heads Bridge below dismantled Appersett. Two large burnt mounds 400m south of Holme Heads Bridge below dismantled railway spoi heaps
          73 Bainbridge. Semerwater. Wood End Lodge.Three burnt mounds at Upper Plantation Springs. Above Wood End Lodge
          72 Countersett Crag. Very large burnt mound at spring rise below the Main Limestone.Countersett Crag. At spring rise below the Main Limestone.
          71 High Blean Farm. Burnt mound on west bank of stream close to and visible from the road opposite High High Blean Farm. On bank of stream close to and visible from the road opposite High Blean Farm.
          70 Bainbridge, Semerdale. Pasture south of High Force Farm.Large burnt Mound.High Force Farm
          69 Bainbridge, Semerdale. Bracken Hill, near Blean lane. Group of three small burnt mounds at springs.Blean Lane. In wet pasture near public footpath on western side of the road.
          68 Burnt Mounds surveyed by Tim LaurieBlack Pasture
          67 Thornton Rust Moor SSSI. The Shooting Hut. Six burnt mounds by braided springs.Thornton Rust Moor. Springs near Shooting Hut south of Dovestones
          66 Thornton Rust Moor. Addlebrough East springs. Two burnt mounds.Addlebrough East
          65 Aysgarth pasture. Two burnt mounds just 1km east of Castle Dikes Henge.Aysgarth Pasture. On either banks of the small stream in pasture 1km east of Castle Dikes Henge and some 100m south of Flout Moor Lane
          64 Aysgarth CP. Keld Springs. Two Burnt Mounds at contolled spring rise.Keld Springs
          63 Flout Moor lane. Two large Burnt Mounds at spring head 800m west of Castle Dikes Henge. Flout Moor Lane, Haw Beck Springs
          62 Stake Pasture, Skellicks Beck. Two burnt Mounds in Pasture.Skelliks Beck
          61 Newbiggin CP. Three burnt mounds at Millbeck Springs.Millbeck Springs
          60 Two burnt mounds less than 300m west of the large aggregated round house settlement on Burton MoorBURTON CUM WALDEN C.P. Burton Moor
          59 Burton Moor. Burnt Mound below Ashby Gill, Site 1Burton Moor. Burnt Mound below Ashby Gill, Site 1
          58 Burton cum Walden CP.Two Burnt Mounds below Morpeth Wood the upper reused as a lead bale.West Burton CP. Pasture below Morpeth Wood.
          57 West Burton, four burnt mounds in pasture below Morpeth Scar.Morpeth Scar
          56 West Witton CP.Low Wanless Springs. Burnt Mound at the low elevation of 130mLow Wanless Springs
          55 Melmerby CP.Wraykeld Well Spring. Two Burnt Mounds Wraykeld Well Spring 2 sites
          54 Carlton Town CP. Howden Lodge. Burnt Mound in marsh.Howden Lodge. In marsh 500m to west of the Lodge.
          53 West Scrafton. Below Town Spring. Burnt Mound - Recorded by R.F. WhiteIngs Farm, Town Spring
          52 East Witton.Witton Fell. Two Burnt Mound(s) Witton Fell. Spring rise at small sike on northern side of Sowden Beck.
          51 Bunton and Other Levels - Record 2 of 2 Gunnerside Gill
          50 Bunton and Other Levels - Record 1 of 2Gunnerside Gill
          49 Booze Wood Level - LangthwaiteBooze Wood Level - Langthwaite
          48 Mesolithic flintsReeth Low Moor
          47 Neolithic transverse or chisel type arrowhead.Wegber Edge, Carperby, Wensleydale.
          46 Boundary Stone at Stony man, Moresdale Road.Stony man, Moresdale Road
          45 Millstones above Tottergill PastureMoulds Top
          44 Miner's Graffiti ArkengarthdaleLangthwaite area
          43 Bridge at MudbeckMudbeck, Arkengarthdale.
          42 Boundary Stone
          41 Prehistoric EnclosureCalver Hill
          40 Charcoal Burning PlatformGale Houses High Whitaside
          39 Dew PondHagg Farm, Fremington, Reeth
          38 Possible tramwaySouth of Cuckoo Hill, Reeth
          37 Sheep CreepHagg Farm, Fremington, Reeth
          36 Sheep CreepHagg Farm, Fremington, Reeth
          35 Dry stone wall with unusually large stonesHagg Farm, Fremington, Reeth.
          34 Stone troughHagg Farm, Fremington, Reeth
          33 Lime KilnNear Hagg Farm Fremington, Reeth
          32 Stone troughNear Hagg Farm Fremington, Reeth
          31 Stone TroughHagg Farm, Fremington, Reeth
          30 Stone troughHagg Farm, Fremington, Reeth
          29 Stone troughHagg Farm, Fremington, Reeth
          28 Miner-Farmers farmhouse - John Cockell 1724Sleigill, Booze, Reeth just south of North Rake Hush
          27 Red Admiral Butterfly and a Noon Fly feeding on the sap exuded from a ripe downy rose hip River Swale at Hoggarths
          26 Marske CP. Stelling Springs above Dales Beck. Four Burnt Mounds.Stelling
          25 Marske,Cordilleras Ranges.Buzzard Scar. One very large and prominent burnt mound and one much smaller site.Marske,Cordilleras Ranges.Buzzard Scar, double site
          24 Cordilleras Farm Small Arms Range. Large turf covered burnt mound in pasture on north bank of stream.Marske. Cordilleras Farm. In pasture approx 200m northof small arms range.
          23 Downholme Moor. Burnt mound at spring rise and close to Bronze Age Cairnfield and later field system.Downholme Springs
          22 Marrick CP. Group of three burnt mounds at Stelling Spring.Stelling Springs
          21 Reeth Low Moor, Calver East Slope. Two burnt mounds on the same spring stream.Reeth Low Moor, Calver East Slope. Two burnt mounds
          20 Reeth Low Moor. Six burnt mounds below Calver Hill (Central Area).Reeth Low Moor Calver
          19 Reeth Low Moor. Cringley Bottom. Burnt Mound at spring rise.Reeth Low Moor, Cringley
          18 Reeth High Moor. Very small burnt mound with visible burnt stone at spring rise.Reeth High Moor
          17 MelbecksCP, Brownsey, Stoops Rig. Burnt Mound.MelbecksCP, Brownsey, Stoops Rig
          16 Grinton CP. Burnt mound close to unenclosed round house settlement (recorded seperately) In pasture 200m south of High Lane, Whitaside.Grinton CP. In pasture 200m south of High Lane, Whitaside
          15 At stream sides in pasture above Low Whita Farm.Two sites.At stream sides in pasture above Low Whita Farm.Two sites
          14 Grinton CP. Harkerside Place. Two burnt mounds west of Whitbeck Cottage.Grinton CP. Harkerside Place. Two burnt mounds west of Whitbeck Cottage.
          13 Grinton CP. Whitbecks. Burnt Mound on eastern bank of spring stream below the Marl Pit,in pasture.Whitbeck Marl Pit Spring
          12 Harkerside Place Springs.Burnt Mound.Harkerside Place Springs
          11 Grinton Moor. Burnt Mound 200m west of Grinton Lodge.Grinton Lodge
          10 Harker Mires. The Main Burnt Mound within the Harker Mires Ring Cairn Complex of Sites.Harker Mires
          9 Ellerton Moor. Burnt Mound above Stolleston Wood. The Lower of two sites on the same stream.The lower of two burnt mounds on the stream which flows down through Stolleston Wood
          8 Stainton Moor. Large Burnt Mound at the White Bog.Stainton Moor, The White Bog.
          7 Stainton Moor. The White Bog. Burnt Mound Lower Site.Stainton Moor, The White Bog.
          6 Stainton. Wathgill, Cow Park. Burnt mound in immediate vicinity of Small Arms Range.Wathgill, Cow Park. In immediate vicinity of Small Arms Range.
          5 Scargill Low Moor. Very large isolated Burnt Mound south of Plantation.East of Scargill Low Moor Plantation.
          4 Stainton CP. Stainton Springs. Group of four burnt mounds.Stainton Moor Springs 400m SE of The Ship Plantation.
          3 Walburn CP. Three Burnt Mounds above Spring Gill. Burnt Mound Sites 1-3. First recorded by Tim LaurieThree burnt mounds located on the banks of a small sike above the North Side of Spring Gill, Site 1
          2 Maiden CastleMaiden Castle on northerly side of Harkerside Moor 2Km SW of Reeth in Swaledale.
          1 Grinton EarthworksApproximately 300 metres east of Grinton Bridge beside the River Swale
SWAAG_ID        RECORD TITLE                LOCATION
          985 A possible cist cover slab decorated with multiple cup marks and cups with single rings cupGayles Moor
          984 Army Range. Gayles Moor. Selected rock art surfaces. Old photographs.Gayles Moor, see location map of rock art sites as recorded with NAVSTAR by DLS with T.C.Laurie in 1994. 1994
          983 Curvilinear stone walled enclosed settlement and associated field system in pasture south of Scabba Wath Bridge.Low Whita
          982 Some specimen trees in Swaledale and Arkengarthdale. The Fell End Yew.Fremington Edge. Fell End.NZ02480228
          981 Large boulder of Shap Granite on south side of Hunder Beck at NY9245 1665Cotherstone Moor. Hunder Beck Gill upstream of the waterfall at NY927 167
          980 Cotherstone Moor. Shap erratic boulder on side of track close to the Crawlaw Stone east of Crawlaw Beck GillEast of Crawlaw Beck. At side of moorland track close to the Crawlaw Stone
          979 Hunder Beck and its tributary streams. Part Three upstream from the confluence with Mawmon Sike. A walk on the wild side! Cotherstone Moor. Hunder Beck upstream from Mawmon Sike and its tributaryGills, Crawlaw Gill and Slates Fell Gill
          978 The Lune Head Stone Ring, remains of Upper Teesdale.Mickleton CP. Lune Head. On south side of the B6276 road from Brough to Middleton in Teesdale.
          977 Shap erratic boulder on the Northern edge of the River Tees Ravine.in Holme Wood.High Cliff Waters. Northern edge of the ravine of the River Tees Close to track leading down through Holme Wood.
          974 Holgate How, South Slope. Burnt mound and associated settlement evidenceHolgate How, South Slope above Hollin Wood
          973 Hunder Beck. Part Two: Namurian Strata including an exposure of the Tanhill Coal and waterfall on Mawson Sike.Teesdale, Blackton Reservoir. Hunder Beck
          972 Hunder Beck upstream of Blackton Reservoir, Part One from the pastures below Blackton Reservoir upstream to Mawmon Sike- Namurian strata and glacial erratics of local and distant origine.Hunder Beck upstream from the pastures below Blackton YHA l to the confluence with Mawmon Sike
          971 Glacial erratic boulders located in the bed of Deepdale Beck upstream of Levy PoolBowes Moor. Deepdale Beck upstream from Pennine Way footbridge at Levy Pool.
          970 Gods Bridge, a natural limestone platform over the River Greta and a walk on excellent permissive footpaths downstream Gods Bridge
          969 Ellerton Scar.Two fine prostrate junipers (Juniperus communis ssp. nana). Swaledale's least and most ancient woody plants: Ellerton Scar
          968 The largest single stem yew in SwaledaleSwaledale
          965 Maiden Castle, Stainmore. A small fortlet strategically located at Stainmore Summit on the line of the roman road, high above the Vale of EdenStainmore Summit.At edge of the high fell North of the A66 Dual Carriageway
          963 Burnt mound at south of the A66 Road at Stainmore Summit.Stainmore Summit. South of Rey Cross and the A66 Road .
          962 Bronze Age and Later Prehistoric Settlement on Stainmore Summit south of Rey Cross and the A66 RoadStainmore Summit. South of Rey Cross and the A66 Road .
          961 Fine specimen alders and willows on the banks of the Tees at Gainford.Gainford. The North Bank of the River Tees at the ancient river crossing named Geneford.
          960 Reeth Low Moor. Cringley Bottom. Circular stone banked settlement enclosure with contained clearance mounds and two hut circles.Reeth Low Moor.This enclosure is Location R1 on Figure 6.14 in Laurie et al 2011.
          959 Prehistoric settlent complex on Cringley HillReeth Low Moor. Cringley Hill, south terrace.
          958 Lithic finds of Late Neolithic or Early Bronze Age Character from a site on Cringley HillCringley Hill
          957 Reeth Low Moor. Historic Landscapes. 19m diameter Denuded Round Cairn on Cringley Bottom Reeth Low Moor. Cringley Bottom.
          956 The Gilling Wood Linear EarthworkGilling with Hartforth and Sedbury CP. Gilling Wood
          955 Little Windegg. Two adjacent lead bales on Scarp Edge close to the White Gang Lead VeinLittle Windegg, at Scarp Edge close to workings on the White Gang Lead Vein.
          954 Lead mine and spoil heap at Little Windegg Scar.Arkengarthdale, Little Windegg
          953 Lead bale below Little Windegg ScarArkengarthdale, Little Windegg
          952 A visit to the head of the impressive North Rake Hush Lead MineArkengarthdale, Booze Moor. North Rake Hush.
          951 Clavulinopsis helvula or Fairy yellow club and other fungi seen recently at WindeggBooze Moor. High limestone grassland in the vicinity of the White Gang Lead Vein.
          950 Field boundary system, unenclosed settlements and burial monuments on Seal Houses Low Moor, then and now.Seal Houses Low Moor from NY 399019 504577 to NY 399518 504397 and at NY 399362 504775
          949 The Arkle Apple tree.Arkle Beck Pastures. Small west bank tributary stream.
          948 Two small isolated round cairns on Stake FellStake Fell
          947 Bishopdale CP. Stake Moss. Small lead mine complex some 3km South West of Thoralby Lead Mine.Bishopdale. Stake Moss
          944 More on lead mining in ApedaleApedale
          940 Views northward to Mallerstang Edge from the upper slopes of Shunner FellShunner Fell
          939 A walk to the Roman Shrines at Ellerbeck across Gilmonby and Scargill MoorsScargill Moor. A walk to the Roman Shrines at Ellerbeck.
          938 Gilmonby Moor. West Plantation. The best example of a mature conifer plantation in the N.E. Pennines.Gilmonby Moor. West Plantation.
          936 Muker CP. Birkdale Common. Fox Holes. Pine stump possibly humanly worked. Below 1-2m deep peat.Birkdale Common. Foxholes.
          935 Scargill High Moor. Ellerbeck Lead Mine hush and limestone ravine.Scargill High Moor, Ellerbeck Hush
          934 Lead mining in Apedale - an introductionApedale
          930 Basal stone of an Iron Age beehive quern made from a glacial erratic boulderof Shap Granite and lithic finds as evidence of long distance tradeHarlsey Castle. In stone dump by public roadside.
          929 A walk to Summer Lodge Tarn in spring.Summer Lodge Tarn
          928 Two medium burnt mounds on Braithwaite Moor associated with a high level Bronze Age Cairnfield SettlementBraithwaite Moor, Ewe Lock Spring
          927 Quarryman's ShelterBelow Fremington Edge
          926 Isolated field boundary at 490m elevation on Brownsey Moor Top above Brunts Hill Brownsey Moor Top above Brunt Hill
          925 Burnt mound on Crackpot Side north west of Summer Lodge Farm.Crackpot Side. Summer Lodge.
          924 Late Mesolithic microlithCogden Moor, above Cogden Gill
          923 Harkerside Moor. Browna Gill. Lead Bale with indications that copper were minerals present within the ores smeltedHarkerside Moor. Glacial hummock on East side of Browna Gill.
          922 Featham Pasture. Brunt Hill south slope. Large burnt mound at spring rise.Featham Pasture. Brunt Hill south slope
          921 Large round cairn (quarried remnant) and small cairnfield settlement complex on Featham PastureFeatham Pasture
          920 Isolated field boundary at 490m elevation on Brownsey Moor Top above Brunts Hill Brownsey Moor Top above Brunt Hill
          919 A small high level cairnfield settlement on Brownsey MoorBrownsey Moor
          918 The Kining Lead Mine Level spoil heaps, dressed ore dumps and bouse teamsThe Kining Lead Mine Level
          917 Gunnerside Gill. High Scar. One of the finest limestone Scars in the Yorkshire Dales.Gunnerside Gill, High Scar
          916 Ripple marked sandstone slab close to footpath into Gunnerside GillGunnerside Gill
          915 Two different fossil coral species found in Carboniferous Limestones of Visean to Namurian AgeGunnerside Gill, High Scar
          914 Brignall Banks. Some interesting fungi seen during winter walks through this fine riverside woodland..River Greta, Brignall Banks below Moor House Farm
          910 A walk above Stang House on a misty day to find the Hurgill Shaft.Shaw Side . A walk on the eastern slopes of Hoove
          909 Barf Pasture. Two burnt mounds at spring rising below Brownsey HouseBarf Pasture. Spring rise below Brownsey House
          908 The Barf Side Round Cairn Low Row Pasture, Barf Side
          907 White patinated flint end scraper with some associated artefact finds from this location.Brownsey Moor, Stoups Rigg
          906 Fragment of crinoidal limestone with well preseved unidentified linear fossilBrownsey Moor, Stoups Rigg
          905 Boxer Peacock's wash basinArkle Beck. Boxer Peacock\'s Cottage.
          904 Wax Caps in the old pastures above Arkle Beck and the disappearance of wild mushrooms.Arkle Beck Pastures
          902 Wathgill, Cow Park. Burnt mound at edge of recent small arms range.Army Live Firing Range, Wathgill, Cow Park.
          901 Stainton-Bellerby Army Firing Range. Oval enclosure, field boundaries and stone cairns.This site straddles the Bellerby/Walburn Parish boundary
          900 The rock art sites of Gayles Moor revisitedFeldom Ranges, Gayles Moor
          898 A perambulation of Birkdale Tarn at low water, a mining reservoir with landscape interest.Birkdale Tarn
          897 Cluster of sunken stone lined huts interpreted as a high moorland refuge.Faggergill Moor
          896 Very large burnt mound 250m NNW of Kitley HillFaggergill
          895 Apedale Old Smelt Mill and structure associated with slag crushing to recover lead prills.Apedale, south side
          894 Lovely Seat. Cogill Head Hags. Calcareous concretions at base of marine shale bed.Cogill Head Hags, below Lovely Seat
          893 Large lead bale overlain by mine spoil tip from level associated with the Providence Hush SystemCliff Beck Pastures below Muker Common
          892 Orgate Scar and Satron High Walls. High Swaledale Landscapes and Mining RemainsSatron High Walls
          891 Zoophycos, a trace fossil from the Black Band Chert above the Main LimestoneStray find from boulder clay
          890 Cinnabar Moth caterpillar feeding on ragwort leafCobscar Rake
          889 Green Lace-Wing on rock rose, Preston Scar.Preston Scar
          888 Guelder Rose, Marjoram, Weld and other flowering plants seen on Redmire Scar. Preston Scar
          887 The Clints Lead MineClints Scar
          886 Orgate Falls, the old arched bridge below Telfit Farm and riverside alders upstream of the BridgeOrgate Falls and images of the alders which line the banks of Marske Beck upstream of the ancient arched bridge below Telfit Farm
          884 Extended settlement remains below Orgate ScarOrgate Scar
          883 A walk from Thwaite Bridge to The Mossdale Tunnel on the abandonned Wensleydale Railway to the Mossdale WaterfallsUpper Wensleydale. Thwaite Bridge and Mossdale.
          882 Lead mining remains on Satron Moor: Satron Tarn String, the Simon Grooves String and the Beazy String. Satron Moor and Beazy Hill
          881 Satron Tarn. A small, shallow high moorland tarn on eroding blanket peat.Satron Moor
          880 Glacial erratics and a fine old arched footbridge at Thornsgill. One of Arthur Wainwright's favourite walks.Ribblehead; Thorns Gill
          879 Carperby Moor, Swinehaw Hill.Three sub-rectangular structures provisionally interpreted as shielings.Carperby Moor. Swinehaw Hill.
          878 Wild Flowers - Early Purple OrchidGunnerside, Lodge Green
          877 Marker/Boundary StonesMoresdale Road
          874 A SWAAG walk to the Prehistoric Round House Settlement on Harland Hill from Whitrow Farm, in Walden. The route of a walk to visit Prehistoric Round House Settlement on Harland Hill from Whitrow Farm in Walden
          873 Moor Edge above Walker Wife Well. Fragmentary field system and possible unenclosed round house.East Bolton Moor. Moor Edge above Walker Wife Well (Spring).
          872 West Bolton Parks. Ring cairn or reduced round cairn located 100m NNE of the Beldon Beck Ring Cairn West Bolton Parks
          871 Ring cairn on east side of Beldon Beck. West Bolton Park.Bolton West Park. Beldon Beck. East side.
          854 Late-glacial lithic finds from Carperby MoorCarperby Moor
          853 Carperby Moor.Ring cairn or round house enclosure below Greenhaw Hut.Carperby Moor. Little Wegber NE Slope Springs.
          852 Carperby Moor. A SWAAG walk to visit Prehistoric and Mining Landscapes on Oxclose and on moorland centred at Thackthwaite Beck Springs and caveCircular SWAAG walk to Oxclose below Ivy Scar and across moorland aboveThackthaite Beck Springs and collapsed Cave
          851 Mining remains on Ellerton MoorIn the mining area to the south of the Grinton - Leyburn road
          850 Mine siteHarkerside
          849 Large lead bale site on north side of Stainton Moor Beck.Stainton Moor Beck. North Bank.
          848 The Roman Road over the Stang, ArkengarthdaleStang Road, Arkengarthdale
          847 SWAAG in Eden April 2014. Return to Long Meg and a ray of moonshine on some great stone circles.Various. The Vale of Eden
          846 The Greta Bridge probable cist cover decorated in the cup and ring tradition, subsequently reused as a cover to a Roman Grave.The Bowes Museum.
          845 The remains of the Old Church of St Mary's Church, Brignall and evidence for Pre-Conquest Christian Oratory and Graveyard on the site of Roman and Celtic Shrines. Old Church of St Mary, Brignall,North Yorkshire
          844 Dalton Beck Upper Reach. Relict ash wood with aspen groveDalton Gill upstream from the farm access road atNZ10320707
          843 Gayles Moor. Ancient Alders below Shooters Well. Feldom Army Live Firing Range. Feldom Army Ranges. Gayles Moor.
          842 Ring cairn on Goldsborough Hill Summit. Effect on visibility of archaeological sites of reduction of grazing.Teesdale. Cotherstone Moor. Summit of Goldsborough Hill.
          840 The Stainton Lead Mine and views across SwaledaleStainton Moor
          839 Two small glacial erratic boulders on Gayles MoorFeldom Army Range Area F2. Gayles Moor.
          838 A walk from Austwick to the Norber Boulders.The Norber Boulder Field above Austwick, Ingleborough.
          837 Comma butterfly flying on 26 October below great oak at Cover BanksCover Banks
          836 Little Sleddale. West Sike. Small faults infilled with white calcite in black shalesLittle Sleddale. West Gill Head
          835 The search for the highest anf furthest Spring Source of the River Swale.Birkdale Common. The Source of the Swale
          834 Smooth newt at Black Dub, the source of The River LyvennetCrosby Ravensworth Moor. Black Dub.
          833 Uldale Lower Falls and relict woodland close to the present altitudinal limit of trees in Swaledale.Birkdale Common. Uldale Beck. Lower Falls.
          832 Google Earth Image of two stone banked enclosures, one on either side of Trundale GillVale of Eden. Pennine Escarpment. Murton CP. Trundale.
          831 An extensive stone banked Enclosure Complex above Trundale GillVale of Eden. Murton CP Pennine Escarpment. Trundale Gill North Side
          830 High Cup Gill, Middle Tongue and Trundale from Crosby Ravensworth FellVale of Eden. Murton C.P. High Cup Gill, Middle Tongue and Trundale.
          829 Flint Point - stray findBetween Calver Hill and Cringley Hill near to Bale Sites above disused quarry
          828 Middle Tongue. Coaxial field system with associated clearance cairns and burial cairn.Vale of Eden. Murton C.P. High Cup Gill, Middle Tongue and Turndale.
          827 Beehive quern upper stoneHunton Near Catterick Garrison
          826 Mixed deciduous woodland with both Small-leaved and Large-leaved Lime trees on riverside cliffs below the Winston Holiday ParkRiver Tees, South Bank, upstream from Winston Bridge to Fewster Gill.
          825 Mixed deciduous, species rich, woodland with native small leaved lime trees on cliffs with tufa springs.Teesdale. River Tees North Bank. Stony Bank Wood.
          824 A walk from Stenkrith Bridge to see Limestone Scenery in the vicinity of the Dent Fault above Nateby.Nateby CP. Ewebank Scar above Ladthwaite Beck and Birkett Hill
          823 Sheepfold with washing poolSheepfold with washing pool beside the track just beyond the gate from the Grinton to Redmire road.
          822 Large enclosure with additional itemsRectangular enclosed area on the plateau
          821 Standing stoneOn the plateau of Ellerton Moor
          820 Small cairn that may be ring or quarried.Beside track to Grovebeck smelt mill from Grinton/Redmire road
          819 Fossil remains on rock.Grinton Moor above Grovebeck Gill oppposite the end of the Earthworks.
          818 A walk to Mt Ida and to the Fox Tower above BroughHelbeck Fell, Helbeck Wood and the Fox Tower
          817 The Helbeck and Barnarm Faults. Elements of the Pennine Fault System well exposed at Mt Ida above BroughHelbeck Fell above Brough. Mount Ida.
          816 Stainmore Summit. Images of the track of the disused railway from Barnard Castle to Tebay.Stainmore Summit. The Track of the Railway from Barnard Castle to Tebay east of Stainmore Summit.
          815 Stainmore Forest. Plat. An area of Limestone Pavement between Plat Sike and Little Plat SikesForest of Stainmore, Below Burnt Hill. Plat.
          814 Complex group of enclosures above Grinton GillGrinton Moor above Grovebeck Gill oppposite the end of the Earthworks.
          813 A return visit to Bellerby Moor.Bellerby Moor. Park Gill and Black Beck Gill.
          812 Spring Wood, Gammersgill. Ancient managed alderwood with an associated iron bloomery industry.Coverdale. Gammersgill. Fleemis Gill. Spring Wood.
          811 Alderwoods on both banks of the River Cover upstream from the footbridge below Braidley.Both banks of the River Cover below and to the south of Braidley in Coverdale
          810 Carlton in Coverdale. Round Hill- a small Norman Motte.Carlton in Coverdale
          809 Harland Hill South Slope. Unenclosed round house settlement Part TwoCarlton Town CP, Gammersgill Moor, Harland Hill South Slope
          808 Initial Record of a hitherto unrecorded prehistoric village settlement on the southern slopes of Harland Hill.Gammersgill Moor, Harland Hill, South Slope
          807 Harland Hill a glaciated landform with isolated drumlins well above 400m elevation. Gammersgill Moor
          806 Pasture below Morpeth Wood. Mountstritch Springs. Round barrow below modern field wallWest Burton. Pasture below Morpeth Wood south of Mountstritch Springs.
          805 Path to Crackpot. Concaternating frogs doing their best to increase their species.Track to Crackpot Hall
          804 Images of Fremington 6: Mine shop close to the Fremington Mine Level opened during 1870 to access the Copperthwaite Vein at lower level.Pastures below Fremington Edge
          803 Early mine shaft mounds and surface cuts above the 1870 Fremington Mine Images of Fremington 5: Early lead mine shafts and surface cuts below the Copperthwaite Vein.
          802 Images of Fremington 4. Arkle Pastures. Red tailed bumblebee in spring sun.Arkle Beck pastures below Cuckoo Hill
          801 Images of Fremington 3: The Fremington Mine Level. Final workings commenced around 1870 on the Copperthwaite Vein.Fremington Edge, mid slope below the Copperthwaite Vein.
          800 Images of Fremington 2. Ant hills concentrated on steep slopes mark the presence of wind blown or reworked loessic soils. Fremington Edge, lower slopes east of Cuckoo Hill
          799 Images of Fremington 1: Fremington Edge, Solifluction Lobes below the Copperthwaite lead Vein.Fremington Edge, Solifluction Lobes below The Copperthwaite Lead Mine Scar.
          798 Trace fossils seen during the walk by SWAAG members across Greenber Edge on 1st April 2014Greenber Edge
          797 Supplemental photographs of SWAAG walk below Stake Fell (see also #796)Greenber Edge on the North side of Stake Fell, East os Semmer Water.
          796 SWAAG Visit to Semerwater and Walk from Carpley Green to Stony Raise and Greenber Edge to Semerwater Lake Edge,Stony Raise Cairn and Multi period Settlements on Greenber Edge
          795 An Archaeological Survey of Semerwater, Addlebrough and the Stake Road (Stake Fell) by Tim Laurie and Robin Minnitt prepared for the 1993 Summer Meeting of the Prehistory SocietySemerwater, Addlebrough, Greenber Edge and Stake Fell
          794 Coverdale. Penhill South Slope. Very large burnt mound at Brown Knots Springs.Coverdale. Melmerby Moor. Springs below Brown Knots
          793 Coverdale. Penhill South West Slope. Burnt mound at Slantgate Well.Penhill South West Slope. Slantgate Well Springs
          792 Stainton Moor. The fossil compound coral, Lithostrotion sp., on small fragment of fire cracked stone.Stainton Moor, The White Bog. Burnt mound close to track.
          791 Large iron bloomery site above the south bank of Turn Beck within Spring Wood, an extensive area of managed ancient alder coppice woodlandCoverdale. Gammersgill, Spring Wood, South side of Turn Beck.
          790 Burnt mound within ancient alder woodland at spring rise in New Pasture, Braidley, Cover Head.Coverdale Head. Braidley, Low Pasture.
          789 The Greta Bridge cist cover decorated in the cup and ring tradition.Barnard Castle.The Bowes Museum Grounds
          788 Supplemental photographs of SWAAG walk around Downholme, see #787Downholme Moor and How Hill, Downholme
          787 Swaag Group visit to the defended settlement or univallate hill fort of Iron Age date on How Hill, Downholme the open settlement complex above Sidebank Wood and to the Bronze Age cairnfield, burnt mound and rock art sites on Downholme MoorDownholme Moor and How Hill, Downholme
          786 Juniper woodland both relict native and recently planted at Juniper Gill.Ellerton Moor. Juniper Gill.
          785 Photographs taken during SWAAG return walk to Stainton Moor. Stainton Moor
          784 Ellerton Moor. Juniper Gill West Side. Fine multi purpose scraper/burin of Neolithic or Earlier Bronze Age character. Stray find. Ellerton Moor. Juniper Gill. Footpath at top edge of west bank.
          783 Mines on Stainton MoorStainton Moor
          782 A brief account of the Geology of Ellerton by John Russell.Swaledale in the vicinity of Ellerton Abbey
          781 Ellerton Priory Geophysical Survey Phase 1Ellerton Priory - west field
          780 Stainton Lead Smelting Mill Stainton Moor
          779 A walk by SWAAG Members To the Ship Plantation across Ellerton Moor and Stainton Moor via the East End Lead Mine, Juniper Gill Head and The Ship Plantation.To the Ship Plantation across Ellerton Moor and Stainton Moor via the East End Lead Mine and Juniper Gill
          778 Ancient woodland within Stainton Middle Wood.Stainton Middle Wood below Spring Scar.
          777 Ellerton Scar East. Quarries within Spring Scar Wood. Possible Goniatite fossil in Richmond Chert.Spring Scar Wood
          776 Historic landscapes of Mid Swaledale visited and seen by SWAAG members during a walk across Ellerton Moor in February 2014Sharrow Hill, Cogden Heugh and Ellerton Moor
          774 SWAAG Walk to Castle Dikes Henge and to Stake Fell via Flout Moor Lane and Thornton Rust SpringsWensleydale, Aysgarth, from Flout Moor Lane to Thornton Rust Springs and then to Stake Fell.
          773 Images of historic landscapes on Grinton Moor from Grinton Lodge to How and Ridley HushesGrinton Moor, from Grinton Lodge to How and Ridley Hushes via Grinton Smelt Mill returning across How Hill
          772 Gradiometer Survey Hagg Farm Field 3884
          771 Gradiometer SurveyHagg Farm Field 3884 Rectangular Bank / Platform
          770 A day on Barningham Moor, images of a Pennine Landscape. Barningham Low Moor and the How Tallon Ridge
          769 The Main Limestone and overlying fossiliferous chert strata exposed in Downholme QuarryDownholme Quarry
          768 Stone head of the 'Celtic severed head' tradition built into the western gable of St Michael's Church, Downholme.St Michael\'s Church, Downholme.
          767 The Braithwaite Mines, bale site and riverside waterwheel pit which provided power to the pumpsBraithwaite Hall Estate and River Cover Banks.
          766 Middleham Castle, William's Hill Ring and Bailey Earthworks and Hullo Bridge across the River Cover.Middleham Castle, William Hill Motte and Bailey and River Cover Banks
          765 The Durisdeer Roman Fortlet controlling a remote pass through the Lowther Hills..Dumfriesshire.The Lowther Hills. Durisdeer Pass. NS902049 OS 1:50000 Sheet 68
          764 A photofile of the Graining Scar Waterfalls and relict woodland by Hoods Bottom Beck, Whitsundale.Whitsundale, Hoods Bottom Beck and Falls
          763 Some Galloway Stone Circles 4. The Twelve Apostles Stone Circle near Dumfries. Galloway. Dumfries. The Twelve Apostles Stone Circle.NX947794
          762 Cumbria. Penrith. Long Meg and her Daughters- one of the largest stone circles of the British Isles.Cumbria. Penrith. 2 1/4 miles N of Langwathby. NY571373
          761 Some Galloway Stone Circles 3. The Cauldside Burn stone circle and associated monument complex Galloway. Kirkudbrightshire. Cambret Moor East. (Cauldside Burn) NX529571
          760 Some Galloway Stone Circles 2. Cambret Moor West. Kirkudbright.Galloway. Kirkudbrightshire. Glenquicken. NX509582, 150mOD
          759 Some Galloway Stone Circles 1. The Torhouskie Stone Circle.Galloway, Wigtownshire,Torhouse NX383565, 30m OD.
          758 Some examples of Prehistoric Rock Art in Galloway and the widespread affinity of cup and ring marks with Food Vessel Burials.High Banks Farm, Kirkudbright at NX709 489, and other locations in Galloway
          757 Bronze-Age Axe MouldBarf End Gunnerside
          756 The Tor Dike. Western section from the unfenced road above Kettlewell to the terminus at SD9765 7561 the terminus near the Starbotton Road Tor Dike, Coverhead. Western section from the unfenced road above Kettlewell to the western terminus at SD9765 7561 close to the Starbotton Road
          755 The Tor Dike. Eastern section from the unfenced road above Kettlewell to the junction with The Black Dike. Tor Dike, Coverhead. Eastern section from the unfenced road above Kettlewell to the Black Dike.
          754 Black Mire Dam Leat to the New Smelt Mill. GPS 3D SurveyBlack Mires, Arkengarthdale
          753 Tor Dike, The Black Dike and Little Whernside. Late evening sun.Coverdale Head
          752 Barningham High Moor. Round cairn at Frankinshaw How.Barningham Moor, High Moor, Frankinshaw How
          751 The Common Houseleek (Sempervivum tectorum) naturalised in Arndale Gill, Barningham Moor.Arndale Beck
          750 Netherhearth lead vein complex and bale, Part Two: mining remains and Bales at Moss Beck, Moor House.Moor House National Nature Reserve
          749 Netherhearth lead vein complex and bale at Rough Sike, Moor House.Moor House National Nature Reserve. Rough Sike.
          748 Arndale Gill. Small tortoiseshell and Small Copper ButterfliesArndale Gill
          747 Juniper scrub at base of 2-4m deep peat in sike at southern end of Nine Standards Rigg.Nine |Standards Rigg. Rollinson Head.
          746 High Dukerdale Scars, eastern side..Open cast lead working, shaft mounds and associated lead bale. High Dukerdale, Winton Parish. Westmoreland
          745 Prominent round cairn at Jack Standards.Jack Standards.
          744 The Rollinson Gill Colliery which at 620-635m elevation is probably the highest Colliery in Britain!Nine Standards. Rollinson Gill Head
          743 A walk by SWAAG Members along Sleghtholme Beck above The Trough to East Mellwaters Farm and return by Trough Heads.Sleightholme Beck
          742 Walden. Whitrow Farm. Three burnt mounds Sites 1-3 and round house settlement below Dove ScarWhitrow Farm
          741 Walden. Round house settlement below Crag Brea with associated enclosures with well preserved wall passage feature.Walden Head. Walden Moor. Terrace below Crag Brea
          740 Walden Beck. Carboniferous coral sp. unid. Similar to Amplexus coralloides but larger diameter.Walden Beck
          739 Walden Moor. Cotton grass on a fine day.Walden Moor
          738 Viper's Bugloss (Echium vulgare) and Houndstongue (Cynoglossum officinale) in Lower Swaledale.Whitcliffe Scar and Applegarth Scar
          737 Malham Moor. Round house settlement on Middle House Pasture.Malham Moor. Middle House Pasture.
          735 Possible inclined planes in the Wetshaw area of Arkengarthdale - maps & notes on other interesting featuresArkengarthdale - Wetshaw
          734 ArrowheadKisdon Hill, near Hooker Mill Scar
          733 Possible inclined planes in the Wetshaw area of Arkengarthdale.Arkengarthdale - Wetshaw
          732 Nanny Ward's WellWest of Grinton village
          731 John Moss's ChairGrinton Gill
          730 Little Punchard Gill. Upper Ravine. Relict limestone ash woodland with wych elms,bird cherry and isolated junipers.Little Punchard Gill. Upper Ravine. From NY9596 0364 to NY9590 0351
          729 Little Punchard Gill. Lower Ravine. Relict woodland with ancient Wych Elms.Little Punchard Gill
          728 Walden Head. Raven Scar. The Upper Main Limestone Scar. Depleted limestone woodland on scarWalden Head. Raven Scar. The Upper Main Limestone Scar.
          727 Walden. Fosse Gill Head. Depleted limestone ashwood community in waterfall ravine.Walden. Fosse Gill Head Waterfall Ravine.
          726 Fossedale Pike.Remains of Juniper below blanket peat at 538m AOD..Walden Head. Fossegill Pike.
          725 Walden. Willy's Gill. The Waterfall Scar Relict limestone ash woodland community with aspen clones withWensleydale, Walden Head. Willy\'s Gill
          724 Imaginative reconstruction of a roundhouse at Hagg Site 103
          723 Walden Head. Willy's Gill. The Fairy Scar. Relict Limestone Ashwood community.Walden Head. Willy\'s Gill. The Fairy Scar.
          722 Walden Head. Willy's Gill. Wind Egg Scar. Depleted limestone ashwood at 460m.Walden Head. Willys Gill. Wind Egg Scar
          721 Raven Scar, Walden Moor. The highest vertical limestone Scar in the NE Pennine Dales.Raven Scar, Walden Moor.
          720 Walden Moor. Depleted woodland in Deepdale Gill and on Deepdale Head Scar. Walden Moor. Deepdale Gill and Deepdale Scar
          719 Curvilinear stone banked enclosure east of Raygill, Copperthwaite Allotment.Marrick Moor. Copperthwaite Allotment. East of Raygill.
          718 Burnt mound on Copperthwaite Allotment east of RaygillMarrick Moor. Copperthwaite Allotment. Spring rise East of Raygill.
          717 The Prys Level Lead Mine Complex in Shaw Gill. Spring 2013.Marrick CP. Hurst. Shaw Gill.
          716 Beehive quern top stone.Healaugh
          713 A fine day in April. The Goats Road from Holgate to Hurst. The way home.The Goats Road from Hurst to Holgate. A fine day in April>
          712 The Neasham Elk Neasham Brick Ponds near Darlington
          710 Harkerside Pastures seen at snow melt.Harkerside Pastures
          709 Orgate Scar. Yew dominant woodland on the face and top edge of the Scar.Orgate Scar
          708 Orgate Scar. Four very large yew trees rooted in the limestone scree at the foot of the sheer scar.Orgate Scar West from the west end of the Scar to the wall which forms the boundary with Clints Wood.
          707 Swinnergill. The highest recorded yew in BritainOn west facing cliff above the eastern side of Swinnergill
          706 Limonite or Yellow Ochre from Orgate ScarOrgate Scar
          705 Calcite fragment from spoil heap. The Copperthwaite Vein
          703 Fossil plant from Ten Fathom Grit Outcrop. This branching plant has the general appearance of a freshwater alga, somewhat similar to Chara.Ivelet Moor. Beale Hill Scar
          702 Relict Limestone Ash Woodland with Yews on and below Orgate Scar: Part Two: The final surviving ash trees.Orgate
          701 Packhorse Bridge across Marske Beck below Telfit Farm.Packhorse Bridge across Marske Beck below Telfit Farm.
          700 Trees and woodland seen during a walk on a cold winter day in March 2013 from Marske to Orgate Farm and from thence up to Orgate Scar and to Clints ScarMarske. Through Clints Wood to Orgate and Clints Scars
          698 Feldom Army Ranges. Clapgate. Small limestone scar with ancient wild cherry trees and yews as seen within Feldom Army Range. Clapgate Gill . Small scar with ancient wild cherry trees and yews.
          697 Trees within Clapgate Gill seen in winter from the roadside and path to the limit of the Army Ranges.Clapgate Gill as seen from the roadside on Clapgate Bank and the public footpath to the limit of the Army Ranges.
          696 Two high status flint finds from close to Browna GillHarkerside Moor. Browna Gill.
          695 Surface collection of lithic finds, white patinated flint with backed point of Early Mesolithic character, as Deepcar.River Tees, South Bank. Downstream from Whorlton Bridge.
          694 Barforth, SW of the West Tees Railway viaduct. Stray find. Backed point of Early Mesolithic character- Deepcar Type. Barforth, 400m South-West of the West Tees Railway Viaduct
          693 Woodland on the banks of Padley Beck and at the junction with Shaw Gill and as seen in winter from the track from Washfold down to Helwith.Woodland within Shaw Gill and on the banks of Padley Beck
          692 The fossil Hyalostelia smithi at its Type Location 'Near Richmond'Shaw Beck North Side.
          691 Earthwork enclosure at Braithwaite Hall East Witton. Braithwaite Hall Pastures.
          690 An archaeological traverse of Witton Fell, Braithwaite Moor, Braithwaite Banks and Caldbergh Pastures. Part One: The Moorland SitesEast Witton Fell, Braithwaite Moor, Strut Steer and Caldbergh Pasture.
          689 Rokeby CP. Brignall. Moor House Farm. Relict hedgerows to Elsie Close and The Little FieldMoor House Farm, Brignall
          688 Linear Earthwork on Harkerside seen beyond Grinton Bridge, Grinton Church and The Bridge Hotel from Fremington Edge.Grinton
          687 Mature Landscape Plantation of Scots Pine and LarchFremington Edge above the Hagg
          686 Fremington Edge above The Hagg. Possible house platform with stone banks and remains of later stone walled enclosuresFremington Edge above West Hagg
          685 Greengates Flots. Early surface mine activity associated with the Shaw VeinPrys House to Munn End, Greengate Flots
          684 Fremington Edge above West Hagg Farm. Lead Bale Site No 3 in landslip area below Fremington Edge. Fremington Edge. Escarpment slope above West Hagg Farm.
          683 Fremington Edge above West Hagg Farm. Lead Bale site No 2 below Fremington Edge. Escarpment slope above West Hagg Farm.
          682 Round barrow on south side of Barney Beck below Barney Beck High BridgeMelbecks CP. Barney Beck. West bank below Barney Beck High Bridge.
          681 Coney Seat Hill and the Stainmore Trough seen through Dale Head from Hungry HushesArkengarthdale and Stainmore
          680 Oxnop Scar. A fine high limestone cliff formed by the Main Limestone.Oxnop Scar
          679 Ivelet Bridge. Jocelyn's ancient hedgerow ash tree, now wind- fallen.Ivelet Bridge, relict hedgerows above north bank of the Swale
          678 Ruined limekiln in pasture below The Providence Lead Mine.Muker Common. Below the Providence Lead Mine.
          677 Muker Side. Above Straw Beck. Western of two adjacent ruined lime kilns.Muker Side. Above Straw Beck.
          676 Muker Side. Straw Beck. Two adjacent ruined lime kilns, the eastern kiln.Muker Side. Above Straw Beck.
          675 Two Burnt Mounds (one definite, one probable) at Straw Beck Spring.Straw Beck Spring
          674 Heron in flight over The Providence Mine at 450m on 12 January 2013Muker Common. Providence Mine and Hushes.
          673 Rokeby Park. Three aligned round barrow mounds as seen from the track to The Meeting of the Waters and Mortham Tower.Rokeby Park. Greta Bridge.Teesdale.
          672 Teesdale. Round barrow on north bank of the River Tees 1km upstream from Whorlton.River Tees, North Bank, 1km upstream from Whorlton.
          671 Smother Law or Carlbury. A Bronze Age round barrow on the North bank of the River Tees.Teesdale. High Conniscliffe, Low Carlbury Farm.
          670 Piercebridge. Cliff Park. Round Barrow Site B with cup marked stone.Piercebridge. Cliffe Park.
          669 Piercebridge, Cliff Park. Round Barrow Site APiercebridge. Cliff Park.
          668 Upland oak woodland on the banks of the River Balder below Hury Reservoir. Winter.Teesdale. Cotherstone. Banks of the River Balder.
          667 Relict alderwood on the banks of Thwaite Beck within Stone Close Gill . Part One: within Stone Close pastures.Teesdale. Scargill. Stone Close Gill.
          665 Cotherstone Moor. Shacklesborough Hill. Isolated 'nunatak-like' hill.Cotherstone Moor. Shacklesborough.
          664 Cotherstone Moor. Crawlaw Gill. The Cotherstone Syncline. Stream cut ravine with well defined interlocking spurs. Cotherstone Moor. Crawlaw Gill.
          663 Cotherstone Moor. The Crawlaw Stone - a glacial erratic (and non-anthropogenic archaeological site perhaps)Cotherstone Moor. East side of Crawlaw Gill.
          662 Two glacial erratic boulders of Carbiniferous Limestone at the Northern Edge of Semer Water Lake.Semer Water Lake Edge
          661 Stone walled ring bank at Scout Crag above Semer WaterCountersett. Bardale, below Scout Crag
          660 Burnt mound, udisturbed with stone 'kerb' feature.Whitaside Pasture
          659 Wych elms laid as hedgerow trees at Low Lane, Whitbecks. These trees are long since dead from dutch elm bark beetle disease Harkerside Low Lane below Whitbecks.
          658 Castle Farm. Relict Hegerow landscapes. Ancient layered ash tree.Arkengarthdale. Casle Farm
          657 High Banks Farm.Galloway. The main rock art site.High Banks Farm. 3km SE of Kirkcudbright
          656 Old crab apple at Storthwaite Hall, Sleigill. Second of two coppiced crab apples here.Arkengarthdale. Storthwaite Hall, Sleigill.
          655 Old crab apple at Storthwaite Hall, Sleigill. One of two coppiced crab apples here.Arkengarthdale, Slei Gill, Storthwaite Hall
          654 Arkle Beck. Alder carr woodland with self seeded scots pineArkengarthdale, Arkle Beck south bank.
          653 Ancient ash coppard at Castle Farm.Arkngarthdale. The Moor Edge above Castle Farm
          652 Castle Farm. Veteran ash tree next hog houseArkle Beck, North Bank
          651 The ashwoods, yew woods and alderwoods of ArkengarthdaleArkengarthdale, photographed from the track to Castle Farm and from the Moor Edge footpath
          650 Limestone ashwood with many yews on Whitcliffe Scar east of Deepdale, a panorama of views.Whitcliffe Scar
          649 Cultivation terraces (strip lynchets) below Clapgate Plantation.Clapgate Plantation.
          648 Staple Crag. An early post glacial occupation site.Upper Teesdale
          647 Rock art on Goldsborough Rigg and close to the Pennine Way Bowes Diversion.Cotherstone Moor, Pennine Way Bowes Diversion and Goldsbotough Rigg.
          646 Ring cairn on summit of Goldsborough Hill. Cotherstone and the effects on the moorland vegetation of reduction of sheep.Cotherstone Moor. Goldsborough. Summit.
          645 Landscape and prehistory on Goldsborough Hill, Cotherstone Moor.Cotherstone Moor, Goldsborough Hill and Goldsborough Rigg.
          644 Relict yew woodland on the slopes below Fremington EdgeFremington Edge
          643 Jingle Pot LevelFremington Edge
          642 Relict hedgerow trees on ancient field boundaries in Clapgate GillClapgate Gill
          641 The Deepdale Shap Erratic, John Phillips and the theory of glaciation.Barnard Castle. Deepdale Beck
          640 West Hagg. Lead Bale Site 1 below Fremington Edge.Fremington Edge, slopes below Fremington Edge above West Hagg Pastures
          639 Some specimen trees at The Hagg, Fremington.
          638 Grinton Church and Bridge from The Hagg, Fremington. Autumn colour.Grinton
          637 Unenclosed round house settlement at Bracken Rigg, Upper Teesdale and the dating of unenclosed settlements in Swaledale.Upper Teesdale. Bracken Rigg
          636 The Upper Teesdale. Whin Cill scenery of the River Tees downstream from Cronkley Bridge to High Force.The RiverTees downstream from Cronkley Bridge to High Force.
          635 Iron bloomeries on Cronkley Pasture and on Birk RiggUpper Teesdale, Cronkley Fell, Tarn Rigg
          634 Upper Teesdale. Small tarns below Cronkley Scar.Upper Teesdale. Tarn Dub below Cronkley Scar
          633 The White Force Mine and ruined Mine Shop.Cronkley Fell, White Force
          632 White Force Waterfall, the Whin Cill and underlying metamorphosed 'Sugar' Limestone.White Force Waterfall
          631 Juniper woodland on Harkerside.Harkerside. Slacks. Juniper woodland east of Browna Gill.
          630 Some trees in autumn colour, Upper Swaledale.Upper Swaledale
          629 Species poor, depleted native woodland on and below Whitfield Scar with mature landscaping plantations.Whitfield Scar (as seen from Askrigg Pasture)
          628 Peregrine Falcon standing on the wind above Whitfield Scar.Askrigg. Whitfield Scar.
          627 Spindle at Throstle Gill.Feldom Army Ranges. Throstle Gill.
          626 Spindle below Whitcliffe Scar, east of the defended RB Settlement Whitcliffe Scar
          625 OS bench marks between Grinton Bridge and How HillGrinton-Redmire road between Grinton Bridge and How Hill
          624 Ring-barked rowan tree infected by honey fungusDry gill behind Hirst Ridge (between Cogden Gill and Grinton Gill)
          623 Askrigg Pasture. Burnt Mound Site 4.Askrigg Pasture
          622 Akrigg Pasture Burnt Mound Site 3. Askrigg Pasture, High Straights lane
          621 Burnt mound in pasture east of Whitfield Gill Plantation.Askrig Pasture Site 2
          620 Askrig Pasture. Burnt Mound Site 1.Askrig Pasture
          619 The Howgill Fells. Cautley Crags,Cautley Spout and Settlement of Romano British character.Sedbergh CP. Footpath to Cautley Spout Waterfall.
          618 Scar Houses. Cliff Beck Upper Waterfall,Ford and Footbridge.Cliff Beck.
          617 Noon Gill Head. A stream cut ravine through black shales above the Main Limestone.Muker Common. Noon Gill.
          616 Muker Common. The Providence Hushes and Providence Mine.Muker Common
          615 Muker Common.Three limekilns at West Greenseat.Muker Common. West Greenseat Scar.
          614 Three cup and ring marked rocks below Cock How.Musgrove or Cleaburn Pasture below Cock How.
          613 Throstle Gill Scar. Specimen Yew with ash, wych elm, rowan, elder, hawthorn etc. Throstle Gill. Limestone Scar on lower dale slope, 100m above east bank of stream.
          612 Southern Hawker Dragonfly egg laying in pool formed by Grip Blocking.Arkengarthdale. Mire between Tarnhow Hill and Long Rig
          611 Boundary Stone (possibly reused prehistoric standing stone) at meeting of three moorland parishes.Stainmore Forest.
          610 Riverside alders and cliff woodland with ancient yew by the River Greta below Rutherford Bridge.River Greta, North and South Banks below Rutherford Bridge
          609 Birk Hill Scars above Kisdon Falls. Limestone ashwood with aspen, yew and juniper. Muker. Keld, Birk Hill Scars and woodland on south bank of the Swale below track to Kisdon High Force
          608 Tree remains at base of deep peat at Uldale Gill Head.Birkdale Common, Uldale Gill Head, Lodge Hags.
          607 Black Scar House. Sheep fold and bield at Uldale Foot..Birkdale Common
          606 The Cranberry Mires of Arkengarthdale and StainmoreM19 Mires at Adjustment Bottom, West Moor and below Spanham West Hill
          605 The Dovecote Hole. Scargill High Moor.Rowan and associated flora.Scargill High Moor. Dovecote Hole (Shake Hole)
          604 Roman lead pigs from Heyshaw, NidderdaleHeyshaw, near Dacre, Nidderdale
          603 Fan like trace fossil from Chert Strata.Hope Moor
          602 Trace fossils on sandstone. Slab No Two.Hope Moor
          601 Trace fossils on sandstone. Slab No One.Hope Moor
          600 The Grinton Pastures. Multi period settlement east of Plaintree FarmGrinton Pastures east of Plaintree Farm
          599 Small Tortoiseshell Butterfly on Creeping Thistle. Faggergill Lead Mine.Faggergill
          598 Redmire Standard
          597 Boundary stone between Sharrow Hill and High MossBetween Sharrow Hill and High Moss
          596 Boundary stone on Sharrow HillSharrow Hill
          595 Settlement at Dykehouse Close cut by the western of the two Grinton-Fremington Dykes.Grinton Pastures. Dyke House Close.
          594 Rectangular enclosed stone built settlement and associated field system east of the Marl Pit at Whitbecks, Grinton Pastures.Whitbecks
          593 Roman coin hoardScarr House, Swale Hall Lane, west of Grinton
          592 Roman harness fittingsFremington Hagg
          591 The GrintonFremington Linear Dike System, Part One: Linear earthwork at High Harker Hill centred on Long Scar and Grove Beck Head.Grinton, Harkerside Moor. High Harker Hill, Long Scar and Grove Beck
          589 Sleightholme Beck. Dry Gill Pasture. The Little Limestone exposed in the stream.Bowes Moor. Sleightholme Beck.Dry Gill Pasture.
          588 Bowes Roman Fort.Dedication Slab honouring the (African) Roman Emperor Severus and his two sons Caracalla and Geta.St Giles Church, Bowes. Found in the Vicarage Garden, 1929.
          587 Askrig. Broomber. The |Coombs. Burnt mound Site 1.Askrig. Broomber. Below Coombs.
          586 The Fell End Lead Mines. Open Cast hushes and shallow shafts.Arkengarthdale. Fell End.
          585 Arkengarthdale. Sleigill. Tanner Rake, Scatter Scar and North Rake Hushes from Fell End.Arkengarthdale. Tanner Rake, Scatter Scar and North Rake Hushes from Fell End.
          584 The Clints YewWoodland below Orgate/ Clints Scar
          583 R. Tees. Upper Teesdale.
          582 Shrubby cinquefoil. (Potentilla fruticosa) in flower. Upper Tees.River Tees above Low Force
          580 Bulrushes (Typha latifolia ) with colony of Common Spotted Orchids.Leyburn Moor Quarry
          579 Leyburn Moor Quarry. The Main Limestone.Leyburn Moor Quarry
          578 Thyme broomrape (Orobanche alba) at Leyburn Moor Quarry.Leyburn Quarry
          576 Red Scar. Cliff woodland with many yews.Downholme Park, Red Scar.NZ 1162 0016
          575 Boundary stone on Gibbon HillGibbon Hill
          574 Boundary stone at Grovebeck MossGrovebeck Moss
          573 Boundary stone at Grinton CrossGreets Moss
          572 Burnt Mound above Hags Gill plantation Above Hags Gill Plantation, Ellerton Moor.
          570 Rock Art (with outlier) at Skelton MoorMunn End, Skelton Moor
          568 Eroded cup-marked rock, Skelton MoorMunn End, Skelton Moor
          566 Rock ArtMunn End, Skelton Moor
          565 Rock ArtMunn End, Skelton Moor
          564 Boundary stone 120m NW of Height of Brownseat120m NW of Height of Brownseat
          563 Boundary stone at Height of BrownseatHeight of Brownseat
          562 Boundary stone 250m west of Snowden Man250m west of Snowden Man
          561 Boundary stone at Snowden ManSnowden Man
          560 Boundary stone on High MossHigh Moss
          559 Boundary stone near head of Glead GillHead of Glead Gill
          558 Boundary stone on Cogden MoorCogden Moor
          557 Road to Stolerston StileStolerston Stile
          556 Boundary stone at Stolerston StileStolerston Stile
          554 Veteran wych elm on south bank of Low Lane, Low Whita.Low Lane, low Whita.
          553 Low Lane, Low Whita. Ancient Wych Elm stump.Low lane, Low Whita
          552 Ovington. River Tees, North Bank. Black shales and overlying gravels and silt.
          551 Eyelash Fungus associated with horsetail in spring flushStainmore Forest. White Stone Gill
          548 Langthwaite Scar. Yews and other cliff trees.Langthwaite Scar
          547 Stone Setting and Rock FossilReeth Low Moor
          545 Mudbeck West cairn / stone circleMudbeck
          544 Dalton Village.Portable stone with triple concentric ring figures. In private possession.Dalton Village. In Private Possession.
          543 Boulder decorated with several cup and multiple concentric rings, cup marks and multiple rings.Washton, Aske Moor, near Silver Hill
          542 Curvilinear stone walled settlement above Arkle Beck.Arkengarthdale
          541 Barningham Moor. Part Two: Rock art sites on The Low Moor.Barningham Low Moor
          540  Barningham Moor. Selected rock art and associated prehistoric sites and finds. Part One: the High Moor.Barningham High Moor Edge
          539 Stainton Low Wood with ancient alder and ash coppice.River Swale Woodlands
          538 Arkengarthdale. Little Punchard Gill. Upper Ravine. Juniper.Arkengarthdale. Little Punchard Gill. Upper Ravine.
          537 Great Punchard Falls. Juniper and rowans.Arkengarthdale. Great Punchard Gill Falls.
          536 Little Punchard Gill. Brachiopod fossils from the top of the Main Limestone.Little Punchard Gill
          535 Arkengarthdale. Little Punchard Gill. Plant fossils from strata of the Main Limestone Cyclotherm. Arkengarthdale. Little Punchard Gill. Plant fossils from strata of the Main Limestone Cyclotherm.
          534 The Richmond Cherts at The Stang. Massed Productid Brachiopods from the Cockle Shell BandArkengarthdale. The Stang.Rowantree Gill.
          533 Great Punchard Falls. Crow Limestone.Great Punchard Gill
          532 SWAAG in Eden Part Nine. Roman Forts at Greta Bridge, Bowes and Brough and the Marching Camp at Stainmore SummitRoman Forts on the line of the A66
          531 Great Rowleth Wood. Platform Settlement, associated enclosures, trackway and coaxial field system.Great Rowleth Wood
          530 The last of the Trilobites!Stainmore. Gilmonby Parish. Sleightholme Beck.
          524 Enclosed Settlement at East Mellwaters Farm, Bowes.Bowes, East Mellwaters Farm
          523 Gilmonby CP. The Trough. Limestone woodland with yews.Stainmore. Sleightholme Beck, The Trough and Trough Scars
          522 Gilmonby Moor. West Plantation. Mature open woodland on heather moorland.Gilmonby Moor. West Plantation.
          521 Relict woodland with aspen clones on various Scars with Namurian strata at Sleightholme.Stainmore. Sleightholme Beck. Bog Scar and othe Scars downstream to Trough Heads Scars at NY9648 1123
          520 Stainmore. Sleightholme Beck. Trough Heads.Gilmonby CP. Stainmore. Sleightholme. Trough Heads.
          519 Aspen Grove in Lower Ravine. Hugill.Gilmonby CP Stainmore. Ravine at lower end of Hugill
          518 Aspen Grove below Hugill Force, Gilmonby CP.Gilmonby CP. Hugill Force
          517 Swaag in Eden 8. Hoard of Late Bronze Age Metalwork from GilmonbyGilmonby
          516 Whitcliffe Woods East. Native coppiced woodland at and around the old quarry site.Whitcliffe Woods East. Old Quarries Site
          515 SWAAG in Eden Part Seven: The River Caldew and the Caldbeck Mine.Caldbeck Fells. The Lake District.
          514 SWAAG in Eden Part Six. Moor Divock. The Cockpit Stone Circle.Westmorland (Cumbria). Askham. Moor Divock
          513 SWAAG in Eden. Part Five. Burial mounds on Moor Divock.Cumbria. Askham CP.Moor Divock.
          512 SWAAG in Eden Part Four. The Cop Stone Alignment. Cairn Circle, Standing Stone and associated Ring Cairn.Moor Divock
          511 SWAAG in Eden Part Three. ThePenrith Henges: Mayburgh and Round Table Henges.Penrith. Eamont Bridge. Mayburgh Henge.
          510 SWAAG in Eden. Part Two. Greystoke. Standing Stone by the B5288 road. Close to the north side of the B5288 road 3km west of Penrith
          509 SWAAG visit to the Vale of Eden, April 2012. Part One: Long Meg and Her Daughters.Little Salkeld, Cumbria
          508 Relict woodland on West Bank of Gunnerside Gill above the Sir Francis Level.Gunnerside Gill West Bank
          504 Blackburn Beck. Isolated Juniper in ravine.
          503 Ancient hedgerow with hollies and wild cherries Hudswell Wood Path
          502 Cultivation terraces, ancient hedgerows and house platform in the Round How, Richmond.Richmond. Round How
          501 Keld heads Lead Mine and Smelt Mill ComplexKeld Heads Lead Mine and Smelt Mill Complex
          500 Ancient oak coppice at lead mine shaft.Condenser Wood
          499 Orgate Force Underground LeatOrgate Force, Clints
          497 Juniper scrub woodland at Juniper Rig above Spring End.Juniper Rig above Spring End
          496 Bird cherry and blackthorn at 529m AOD on cliff below Blakethwaite DamGunnerside Gill. Below the Blakethwaite Dams.
          495 Isolate juniper on cliff above Blakethwaite Smelt MillGunnerside Gill. Limestone outcrop above Blakethwaite Smelt Mill
          494 Gunnerside Gill. Native woodland with juniper on Eweleap Scar.Gunnerside Gill. Eweleap Scar.
          493 Gunnerside Gill. Junipers on small east bank cliff above Blind GillGunnerside Gill. small scar on east bank 100m upstream of Blind Gill.
          492 Gunnerside Gill. Botcher Gill Gate.Junipers in ravineGunnerside Gill. Botcher Gill gate.
          490 Muker Side.Remains of substantial circular stone walled enclosure surrounding spring rise with alders.Muker Side
          489 West Stonesdale Beck, stream running across ripple marked sandstone.West Stonesdale Beck
          488 Two conjoined rectangular buildings and associated field systemWhitaside pastures
          487 Copperthwaite VeinMarrick Moor
          486 Whitaside. Bale Site and adjacent shaft mounds. Smith Site Birks 240Whitaside. High Lane Pasture. Birks.
          483 Images taken along Fremington EdgeImages taken along Fremington Edge
          482 Fremington Edge Upper Kame Terrace - Pictorial StudyFremington Edge Kame Terrace
          480 Summerlodge Beck Head. Native limestone ashwood with alder pollards.Summerlodge Beck
          479 Summerlodge Beck Head. Ancient rowan with exposed root.Summer Lodge Beck Head
          478 The William Gill CollieryWilliam Gill
          477 West Stonesdale Beck. How Gill. The fossil brachiopod Productus productus in shales.West Stonesdale
          476 Packhorse bridge across West Stonesdale Beck at How GillWest Stonesdale
          475 Brownsey House - (Miner/farmer) aka Brownsah or Brownsa HouseBrownsey Moor
          474 Long Brae LevelLong Brae, Brownsey Moor
          473 Brownsey LevelBrownsey Moor
          472 Burnt mound above Juniper Rig.Spring End. Juniper Rig.
          471 Relict hedgerow with wych elms and hazelGunnerside Bottoms.
          470 Gunnerside Pastures, Wych elm coppiced tree.Strands
          469 Shafts on the Crackpot Vein below Blea BarfCrackpot Moor
          468 Burnt mound on Crackpot Side Crackpot Side
          467 Burnt mound on Crackpot Side Crackpot Side
          466 Round Barrow at Muker SideMuker Side
          465 Burnt Mound at Muker SideMuker Side
          464 Cliff Beck.Lower falls. Limestone woodland in ravine with juniper and aspenMuker CP. Cliff Beck Lower falls.
          463 Usha Gap. Juniper with holly, hawthorn, rowan on south facing lower dale slope.Muker CP. Rough pasture north of Usha Gap Bridge.
          462 West Greenseat. Lime kiln and associated quarry on the Main Limestone.Muker Common.
          461 Field barns between Gunnerside and RampsholmeBetween Gunnerside and Rampsholme
          460 Muker Side. Two burnt mounds in marsh north of High Loaning.Muker Side
          459 lithic scatterBrownsey Moor
          458 Stone SettingBrownsey Moor
          457 Relict hedgerows between Ivelet and Rampsholme.Between Ivelet and Rampsholme
          456 Black Beck. Relict woodland at the final stage of degradation.Bellerby Moor, Black Beck
          455 Park Gill Mine WorkingsPark Gill Lead mine
          453 Winterings Low Scar. Faulted chert and limestone strata. Winterings Low Scar
          452 Winter Ings. A ruined Farmer-Miner Landscape in winter.Melbecks. Winter Ings
          451 Melbecks. Bents. Small patch of native woodland.Small gill below road above Bents.
          450 Melbecks. Barf Side. Limestone Scar and pavement formed by the Midle Limestone.Melbecks. Barf Side.
          449 Wych elm pollards on and close to the eastern dike of the Grinton-Fremington Linear Earthworks.Grinton PasturesWych elm pollards on and close to the eastern dike of the Grinton-Fremington Cross Valley Linear Earthwork.
          448 Low Lane, at Whitbecks. Grinton. Relict hedgerow. Now lost to elm disease.Grinton CP. Whitbecks. Low Lane.
          447 Low Feldom DMVLow Feldom Farm
          446 Clapper BridgeBellerby Deer Park, Army range.
          445 Tor Dike. Winter evening moonrise.Coverdale Head
          444 Low Whita. Settlement above Scabba Wath.Low Whita
          443 Black Beck Lithics SiteBlack Beck
          442 Photographic montage of Bellerby Moorand Bellerby Deer Park in advance of construction of New Range. Part Two.Bellerby Moor Ranges and Bellerby Deer Park.
          441 Black Beck HouseBellerby Moor
          440 Clapper BridgeBellerby Moor
          439 Ring Cairn at Scarth Nick.Preston Scar. Scarth Nick.
          438 Unenclosed settlement at Redmire Pasture.Redmire pasture
          437 Bellerby Moor. Rough Stonewort (Chara aspera) in stream at Park Gill Head.Bellerby Moor. Small calcareous stream falling to Park Gill Head.
          436 Black GrouseArkengarthdale
          435 Bellerby Moor.Infilled tarn between morainic hills with tufa springsand burnt mounds.Bellerby Moor
          434 Bellerby Moor. Oncolite rich spring flushes south of Black Beck Gill, at interfluve between Swale and UreOncolite rich spring flushes and streams with rich flora. SE089 936. Close to eastern edge of New Range Footprint. !
          433 Bellerby Moor and Bellerby Deer Park. A moorland landscape.Bellerby Moor and Bellerby Deer Park
          432 Earthwork and Enclosure below Little Windegg below Little Windegg, Arkengarthdale
          431 Tufa mound at abandoned spring in Pine Plantation.Bellerby Moor MOD Ranges. Moorland SSSI.
          430 Shaw Lead LevelShaw Beck Gill
          429 Bellerby Deer Park Range. Hengi-Form Barrow with Wessex affinities.Bellerby Army Ranges. Active. No public access.
          428 Holgate Beck Woods and. Rispey Wood. Mixed deciduous woodland dominated by Upland Birch Wood and Alder Wood Holgate Beck Woods. Part One. East Bank, Hollins Wood. .
          427 Hurst. Schoolmaster Pasture. Rispey Wood. Enclosed SettlementHurst. Schoolmaster Pasture. Rispey Wood.
          426 New Forest CP. Holgate and Kexwith Beck. Fault Zone.?Anticline structure.New Forest CP. Holgateand Kexwith Beck.
          425 New Forest.Holgate How. Summit round barrow and associated prehistoric landscape. New Forest. Holgate How. Summit.
          424 Kexwith Beck.Relict woodland with yews on East Bank Scar Part 2Kexwith Beck. East Bank Scar Part 2
          423 New Forest CP. Relict woodland with ancient yews on Kexwith Beck East Bank Scar. Part One.New Forest CP. Kexwith Beck East Bank Scar.
          422 New Forest. Kexwith Gill,Relict woodland on small limestone scar below Arndale Hole.Kexwith Gill, small scar below Arndale Hole.
          421 Arndale Springs Scars and Landslips. Relict woodland with yews and rowan on outcropping Richmond Chert Strata.Arndale Springs.
          420 New Forest. Arndale Hole, Lower Scar. Solitary dead yew.New Forest. Arndale Hole, Lower Scar
          412 Arndale Beck Lower Ravine. Wych elm dominant woodland.Newsham High Moor
          411 Newsham CP. Arndale Beck. Upper or Sheepfold ScarNewsham CP. Arndale Beck. Upper or Sheepfold Scar
          410 Healaugh Pastures. Settlements and field system complex.Healaugh Pastures
          409 Applegarth Scar, West. Limestone woodland on and below two cliffs. The lower and more prominent cliff formed by the Main Limestone, the Upper formed by Richmond Cherts.Applegarth Scar from the western extremity at NZ11750162 to the fenced Plain, or glade, above West Applegarth Farm.
          408 THe Round Howe. Mixed woodland with population of Large Leafed Lime Trees.Western Slopes of the Round Howe
          407 Marske C.P. West Applegarth SSSI Woodland. Deepdale West Side, Limestone Woodland with Yew and Large Leafed Lime.Marske C.P. West Applegarth Woodland. Salmon Gill and Deepdale West.
          406 Muker. Kisdon North Gang Scars. The Wych Elm Scar.Muker. Kisdon North Gang Scars. The more southerly of three scars recorded. The Wych Elm Scar.
          405 Muker. Kisdon North Gang Scars. Middle or Bird Cherry Scar.
          404 MUK155. Muker CP. Kisdon North Gang Scars. Relict woodland with isolated yew.Kisdon North Gang Scars
          403 Bainbridge. Semerdale.Prehistoric sites and finds in the vicinity of Semerwater.Bainbridge, Semerwater Area, Semer Dale.
          402 Hudswell CP. Hag Wood and Under Bank Wood. Relict woodland on North Facing Limestone CliffHudswell CP. Hag Wood and Under Bank Wood
          401 How Hill, Downholme. Defended settlement or univallate hill fort.How Hill Downholme
          400 Downholme Moor. Sidebank. Coaxial field system associated with homestead setllements of Late Prehistoric or Native Roman Character on Sidebank.Downholme Moor. Area above and south of Sidebank Wood and Whitescar up to and beyond the unfenced road from Downholme to Hudswell.
          399 DOW100. Downholme Moor. Sidebank.Linear settlement and associated coaxial field system (DOW101) Downholme Moor. Sidebank.
          395 MSK01 Throstle Gill. Ancient rowans and yew on small Scar on east side of stream below Dicky Edge.Marske CP. Cordilleras. Throstle Gill. Small Scar on east side of stream below Dicky Edge.
          394 ELL05 Ellerton Moor. Bronze Age Cairnfield Settlement and Field System above Juniper GillEllerton Moor. Spur above and to the west of Juniper Gill
          393 ELL04 Ellerton Moor. Large round cairn on Moor Edge.Ellerton Moor
          392 ELL06 Army Ranges, Ellerton Moor. Ring cairn at head of Juniper GillEllerton Moor
          391 ELL07 Ellerton Moor. Standing stone above Juniper Gill.Ellerton Moor. Above Juniper Gill.
          390 ELL13 Boundary stones Nos 1-13 from Robin Cross to Ellerton Scar numbered eastwards Boundary stones marking the limits of the estates of Edward Drax, Marmaduke Wyvill and Simon Scrope on Ellerton Moor
          389 ELL 20 Ellerton Moor C14 dated Pollen ReportEllerton Moor
          387 GAY100 Waitegate Wood. Upland oak-birch wood.Gayles CP Waitegate Wood
          386 MUK020 Birkdale Common.Mallerstang Edge. Unidentified slime mould on ling at 630m AODBirkdale Common
          385 MUK170 Muker Side. Juniper scrub woodland.Muker Side
          384 MUK159 Swinnner Gill. Lower Cliffs, East side. Limestone Ashwood Community with many yews and solitary juniper.Swinnner Gill. Lower Cliffs, East side, from footpath crossing down to Fair Yew End.
          383 MUK158 Swinner Gill, Lower Cliffs West Side. Limestone ashwood with aspen and yew.Swinner Gill, Lower Cliffs West Side
          382 MUK157 Swinnergill. Upper section. Isolated Juniper with Yew, Sallow etcMukerCP. Swinner Gill. Head of Ravine
          381 MUK156 Waterfall ravine above Swinner Gill Kirk. Relict limestone woodland.MUK156 Ravine above Swinner Gill Kirk
          380 MUK147.Rash Pastures. Routin Gill. Alders and mixed deciduous woodland to 425m.Muker CP. Rash Pastures. Routin Gill
          379 MUK153 Muker CP below Keld. Birk Hill Scars, Aspen and Yew on River Swale, South Bank Scars above Kisdon Force . Muker CP below Keld. Birk Hill Scars, River Swale, South Bank Scars above Kisdon Force .
          378 MUK146 Lover Gill Upper Ravine. Depleted limestone woodland in ravine.Muker Common. Lover Gill Upper Ravine.
          377 Muker Common. Lover Gill, Upper Ravine Cave. Lover Gill, Upper Ravine
          376 MUK145 Muker Common. Lover Gill. Junipers at Lower Fall and Ravine.Muker Common. Lover Gill. Lower Fall and Ravine.
          375 MUK144 Muker Common. Scar below Buttertubs Road with juniper, ash and stone bramble.Muker Common Small Scar high above the West Side of Cliff Beck immediately below the Buttertubs Car Parking Lay by
          374 MUK143 Muker Common. Cliff Beck West Bank. Lower Scar. Juniper with Wych Elm etc.MUK143 Muker Common. Cliff Beck West Bank. Lower Scar.
          373 MUK141 Muker Common, Cliff Beck Cave Scar. Isolated Juniper and relict woodland.Muker Common, Cliff Beck, East Bank, Cave Scar.
          372 MUK142 Muker Common. Cliff Beck. Upper Waterfalls Scar. Scattered junipers and relict woodland.Muker Common. Cliff Beck. Southern (Upper waterfalls) Scar.
          371 MUK140 Kisdon, Hooker Mill Hole Scar. Relict woodland with yews, juniper and aspen.Kisdon West. Hooker Mill Scar
          370 MUK 139 Kisdon West. Hooker Mill, Upper Scar. Yews and JuniperHooker Mill Upper Scars
          369 cup-marked rockMunn End, Skelton Moor
          367 cup-and- ring marked rockMunn End, Skelton Moor
          365 Munn End, two Cup and ring marked rocks.Skelton Moor. Munn End.
          364 MUK138 Kisdon Hill West. Thwaite Stones. Juniper Scrub Woodland.Kisdon Hill. Thwaite Stones. Juniper woodland.
          363 MUK137 Kisdon West Pastures. Juniper Scrub Site 2.Kisdon Hill West Pastures.
          361 A source of the Swale (where the gods shed a tear).High Seat. Source of the Swale.
          360 MUK136 Juniper scrub on Kisdon Western Slopes above Skeb Skeugh. Site 1.Kisdon Hill Western Slopes above Skeb Skeugh
          359 MUK135 East Stonesdale. Isolated Juniper above Hind Hole Falls.East Stonesdale. Isolated Juniper above Hind Hole Falls.
          357 Aspen at Skeugh GillSkeugh Gill
          356 Lime kiln above Angram
          355 MUK115Ay Gill Force. Limestone ashwood.Ay Gill Force
          354 How Hill, Whitbecks. Undated earthworks and the four How Hills of Swaledale.Whitbecks. How Hill.
          353 Bale site with lead prill below Fell End.Fell End
          352 MUK131 East Stonesdale Pry Hill Falls. Ancient woodland with yews.East Stonesdale Beck. Pry Hill Falls
          351 MUK130 West Stonesdale. Startindale Gill. Waterfall Ravine. Type A woodland.West Stonesdale. Startindale Gill
          350 MUK149 Oxnop Scar relict limestone ash woodland with aspen and juniper.Oxnop Common. Oxnop Scar.
          349 MUK128 River Swale North Bank. Cotterby Scar. Type C Species rich limestone ashwood with Yew and Aspen Clones.River Swale North Bank. Cotterby Scar.
          348 MUK127 River Swale, Low Bridge. Windy Gill Scar. Type C Species rich ashwood with Yew.River Swale, Windy Gill Scar. North Bank above Low Bridge
          347 MUK126 Ravenseat Moor. Type A Species-poor Woodland rowan and sallow only. Middle Tongue and Graining Scars. Upper Scar and Waterfall.Ravenseat Moor. . Middle Tongue and Graining Scars. Upper Scar and Waterfall.
          345 MUK125. Whitsundale, Hoods Bottom Beck. Graining Scars Lower Fall. Isolated junipers.Hoods Bottom Beck. Graining Scar. Lower Falls.
          344 MUK124 Whitsundale. Ravenseat Moor. Scars on Hoods Bottom Beck. Type A Locality with rowan and sallow only.Whitsundale. Ravenseat Moor. Scars on Hoods Bottom Beck
          343 MUK123 Whitsundale,Ravenseat Farm,Hoods Bottom Beck, Jenny Whalley Force. Type A Species-poor woodland. Rowan only.Whitsundale,Ravenseat Farm,Hoods Bottom Beck, Jenny Whalley Force.
          342 Birkdale Common. Lane End Mine. Level at stream level.Birkdale Common. Lane End Mine
          341 MUK122. Whitsundale. How Edge Scars. West Bank, aspens on uppermost north facing Cliff.How Edge Scars. Uppermost, north facing cliff on West Bank.
          340 MUK121 Whitsundale Beck.How Edge Scars down to Cop Gill. Aspen and juniper present.Whitsundale. How Edge Scars, Upper Part.
          339 MUK161 West Arngill Scar. Type C Species-rich Limestone ashwood with isolated juniper.West Arngill Scar
          337 Elling Hearth or Chopwood KilnArn Gill
          336 MUK120 How Edge Scars. Lower Section. Type B Generally acidic vegetation but with tufa springs above stream. Aspen Clones and Juniper.Whitsundale How Edge Scars Lower Section from Cop Gill down to Caveside Gill
          335 MUK119 Whitsundale Beck. Ovenmouth Scars. Aspens on cliff.Whitsundale Beck. Ovenmouth Scars.
          334 MUK118 Whitsundale. West bank scar below Barney Brow. Two isolated junipers.Whitsundale.Unnamed west bank scar below Barney Brow.
          333 MUK117 Whitsundale Beck. The Juniper Scar with solitary aspen.Whitsundale Beck. West facing cliff at stream level.
          332 MUK115 Limestone ashwood at Aygill Force.Aygill Force
          331 MUK116 Whitsundale. Lamb Paddock Scar. Aspen and juniper.Whitsundale. Lamb Paddock Scar Upper Section.
          329 Melbecks CP. Low Row Pasture. Barb and tanged arrowpoint.Low Row Pasture
          328 MUK114. Great Ash Gill. Upper Falls.Aspen clones with isolated juniper on side of ravine below fallsGreat Ash Gill. Upper Falls.
          327 MUK111 Great Sleddale. Long Scar.Limestone ashwood community.Great Sleddale. Long Scar.
          326 MUK110 Great Sleddale Pastures. Depleted limestone woodland. Hazel the only tree present. Great Sleddale Pastures
          325 MUK001 Great Sleddale. Lane End Mine.Great Sleddale. Lane End Mine.
          324 MUK108 Birkdale Common. Little Sleddale, Ravine below Lower FallsType A Locality with Aspen clones.Little Sleddale, Ravine below Lower Falls
          323 MUK107. Birkdale Common. Little Sleddale. Ravine below Upper Falls. Aspen Clones on cliff below Upper Falls.Birkdale Common. Little Sleddale. Ravine below Upper Falls.
          322 Aske Moor. Cup and ring marked rock.Whashton. Aske Moor
          319 Teesdale. Gayles Moor. Cluster of Rock Art Sites centred on Hill 99.Gayles Moor. Hill 99 and adjacent Allotments.
          318 Marrick CP. Moresdale Ridge. Cairnfield settlement and Cup marked cairnHurst Moor. Moresdale Ridge.
          317 Stone Houses.Isolated juniper.Birkdale Beck. Stone Houses.
          316 MUK105 Birkdale Beck. Stone Houses. Isolated Juniper.Birkdale.Stone Houses
          311 Wensleydale. Coverdale Head. Ash coppiced tree.Wensleydale. Carlton Highdale.Waterfall Ravine below Great Hunterstone Bank.
          310 Wensleydale. Coverdale. Downy Birch at top edge of limestone cliff below Falls.Carlton Highdale CP. Waterfall Ravine below Great Hunter\'s Stone Bank.
          309 Wensleydale. Carlton Highdale CP. Relict woodland at waterfall.Wensleydale.Coverdale. Waterfall below Great Hunter\'s Stone Bank.
          308 MUK106 Muker CP. Upper Falls (below sheepfold). Isolated juniper. Little Sleddale Beck. Falls below Sheepfold.
          307 MUK101 Muker CP. Birkdale Common Birkdale Beck. Type B Locality generally acidic but with Tufa Springs. Rowan and shrub willow only trees present.Muker CP. Birkdale Common, Birkdale Beck. Small cliff above confluence with Little Sleddale Beck.
          306 WensleydaleWensleydale
          305 StainmoreStainmore
          304 Swaledale High Level North Bank CatchmentSwaledale North Bank Catchment
          303 Lower Swaledale (Grinton - Richmond)Lower Swaledale (Grinton - Richmond)
          302 Mid Swaledale (Melbecks (part), Reeth and Grinton CP's)Mid Upper Swaledale (Mid-Upper Swaledale, comprising the Swale catchment from the eastern limits of Muker CP down to the confluences of the Arkle Beck and Grinton Gill with the River Swale)
          301 Upper SwaledaleUpper Swaledale
          300 Lartington CP. Deepdale Beck. Blackthorn thicket above Nabb Bridge.Lartington Cp. Deepdale Beck, Nabb Bridge.
          299 Deepdale Beck. Alder. Lartington CP Deepdale Beck below Crag Bridge.
          298 Deepdale Beck below Crag Bridge. Ancient Holly in Aspen dominated relict woodland.Lartington CP. Deepdale. From Crag Bridge to Nab Bridge. Upper Cliff with Aspen
          297 Fly Agaric (Amanita muscaria) growing with Scots PineMorley Gate west of Park Hall
          296 Birkdale Common. Uldale Beck Falls. Isolated Rowan.Birkdale Common. Uldale Beck Falls
          295 MUK100 Uldale Beck Falls. Rowan.Birkdale Common. Uldale Beck Falls
          294 Barney Beck, West Bank. Downy Birch.Barney Beck
          293 Melbecks CP. Barney Beck West Bank. Birch wood with aspen grove.Barney Beck Woods. West bank.
          292 Melbecks CP. Barney Beck Woods, West Bank. Native woodland with aspen.Barney Beck Woods. West Bank.
          291 cup-and- ring marked rockMunn End, Skelton Moor
          290 Ellerton Scar. Two junipers (J. communis ssp nana) on detached stack.Ellerton Scar West of Spring Scar Wood.
          289 Relict Woodland on Ellerton ScarEllerton Scar West
          288 Ancient Yew at Clapgate Bank ScarClapgate Bank Scar
          287 Clapgate Bank Scar with ancient clif yew and rowansClapgate Bank Scar
          284  MUK113 Great Ash Gill, Lower Falls. Aspen clones.Great Ash Gill, Lower Falls.
          283 MUK102 Relict woodland with isolated Junipers on Black Scar, Ellers.Birkdale, Ellers, Black Scar
          282 Bale sites (for smelting lead ore)Fremington Edge on the south side of the wall separating the moor from the enclosed land
          281 Hand Levels in Slei Gill Slei Gill
          280 Farndale Smelt MillSlei Gill
          279 Round barrow mound at LangthwaiteLangthwaite. In pasture on west side of road opposite Car Park
          278 Jocelyn's Ancient Ash Hedgerow CoppardIvelet Bridge
          277 Stoddarts Hush. Ancient juniper and rowan trees.Stoddarts Hush
          276 Healaugh Crag. Graffiti made by the quarrymen and masons constructing the Old Gang flue and chimneyHealaugh Crag
          274 Wetshaw Bottom. Allis Chalmers Type, double log or trough ore washer, remains of.Wetshaw Bottom
          272 Mill Bottom area near Surrender BridgeMill Bottom Surrender Bridge
          271 Ring cairn like structure at spring above East Stonesdale BeckEast Stonesdale
          270 Ring cairn at North Gang Scar, Kisdon.Kisdon. North Gang Scar. Edge of terrace
          269 MUK132 East Stonedale. Juniper on Black Scar.East Stonesdale. Small Black Scar upstream of Pry Hill Wood and Falls.
          268 MUK134 East Stonesdale. Small west bank scar with hazel, juniper and stone bramble . East Stonesdale. Uppermost Scar below Hind Hole Waterfall.
          267 MUK133 East Stonesdale, Unnamed Limestone Ravine. Relict limestone ashwood with yews and junipers. East Stonesdale
          259 Multi period settlement complex extending over a distance of 1km east from Stony Raise CairnGreenber Edge
          258 Castle Dikes Henge.Aysgarth. Flout Moor Lane.
          257 Addlebrough Summit. Cup marked stone cairn. Addlebrough Summit
          256 Images of rock art below Holgate How.Holgate How
          255 Bird cherry in fruit.Whitcliffe Scar.
          254 Musk mallow. Malva moschata. Whitcliffe Scar.Whitcliffe Scar
          253 Burnet Moth on MarjoramWhitcliffe Scar.
          251 Vipers bugloss. Echium vulgare.Whitcliffe Scar
          250 Least clubmoss. Selaginella selaginoides.Bishopdale
          249 Butterwort. Pinguicula vulgare.Bishopdale
          248 Cotton Grass (Eriophorum vaginatum) Bishopdale.Bishopdale
          247 Primula farinosaBishopdale
          246 The lichen Protoblastenia calvaBirkdale Common
          245 Stony Raise Round CairnWensleydale. Bainbridge CP. Carpley Green. Stony Raise Cairn
          244 Waterfalls on Hoods Bottom Beck at Graining ScarsRavenseat Moor. Hoods Bottom Beck. Waterfalls at Graining Scars.
          243 Wood Tiger MothSummerlodge Moor
          242 Small Tortoiseshell ButterflySlei Gill
          241 Green Hairstreak ButterflyFremington Edge (Top)
          240 Melancholy thistle. Road verge. Rash.
          239 Lead Mine at junction of Lover Gill with Cliff Beck.Lover Gill
          238 Three conjoined lead bale smelting sites above the lead mine at the lower reach of Lover GillLover Gill
          237 Bainbridge, Cragdale, Shaw Side and above High lane. Unenclosed settlements and field system. Cragdale, Shaw Side
          236 Birds Eye Primrose. Thornton Rust Moor.Thornton Rust Moor
          235 Two alder pollards below lead mine level in Arngill.Arngill.
          234 Chimney Sweeper MothCrackpot
          232 Friendly Black SlugsLover Gill
          231 Two adjacent burnt mounds below Dale Head Scar. The Lower Site.Wensleydale, Bishopdale, Dale Head
          230 Two burnt mounds below Dale Head Scar. Upper Site.
          229 Lead Bale Smelting Site at Dale Head, BishopdaleWensleydale, Bishopdale, Dale Head
          228 Defended settlement below Willance's Leap.East Applegarth. \'Fort\' below Willance\'s Leap
          227 Deserted medieval Village at Low Feldom, Marske CPLow Feldom
          226 Banded snail shells, Cephaea nemoralis. The common snail found on limestone grassland. Is every shell unique?Redmire Scar
          225 Hyalostelia smithiiClapgate Scar
          224 White Scar, Downholme..Downholme CP. White Scar.
          223 Round house settlement and enclosures below Clapgate Scar.Clapgate
          222 Multi period settlement complex on west side of Clapgate Gill.Clapgate
          221 Moulds Horse Level aka Moulds Level aka Old MouldsArkengarthdale
          220 Underedge Level, Arkengarthdale Mines, Langthwaite.Moulds Side, Langthwaite, Arkengarthdale
          219 Danby LevelBelow Whaw Edge
          218 Justice Level Arkengarthdale Mines, LangthwaiteMoulds Side, Langthwaite, Arkengarthdale
          217 Hungry Hushes Chert Quarries Whaw Edge
          216 Partially worked millstones on Mould Side above Tottergill PastureWhaw Edge
          200 Shallow shafts at Cogden HallCogden Hall farmland
          199 Ancient fallen rowan in blossom at Telfit Farm (with Ric).Marske Beck. Telfit Farm.
          198 Miner's Graffiti Slei Gill
          197 Cliff whitebeam, Sorbus rupicolaWhite Scar
          196 Plant galls on nettles ( Urtica dioica) caused by Gall Midge. Ouch!Preston Moor
          195 Orgate Scar West. Relict woodland with many fine yews. Part One of Four. See also later SWAAG Records.Orgate Scar West
          194 Helwith Cottages.
          193 Throstle Gill. Pair of conjoined deserted cottages. Throstle Gill, east bank. Army Range. Feldom Training Area.
          192 Birth of a swallow hole or shakehole. Clints lead mine.In pasture above Clints Lead Mine.
          191 Lead Bale at Clints Lead Mine.Clints Lead Mine
          190 Two burnt mounds above Dicky Edge (West).Dicky Edge West. Cordilleras Farm.
          189 Platform settlement at Clints Wood.Marske CP. Clints Wood.
          188 Unenclosed round house settlement below Dicky Edge (West).Dicky Edge West. Within Feldom Army Ranges.
          187 Dicky Edge. Settlement of Early Medieval Character.Dicky Edge. Throstle Gill. Cordilleras Farm.
          186 Sea Campion.Silene maritima. Swaledale. In bud at 04 May 2011Army Range.
          185 Thrift or Sea Pink, Armeria maritima. Montane location.Preston Moor
          184 Alpine penny-cress. Thlaspi caerulescens in Arkengarthdale.Arkengarthdale.
          183 Moonwort Fern.Track from Hurst to Fell End.
          182 Spring sandwort. Minuartia verna on lead mining ground.Fell End
          181 Relict woodland vegetation with yew and juniper on Fell End Scar.Fremington Edge, Fell End Scar and Fell End Lead Mine
          180 Barningham Low Moor. Barbed and tanged arrowpoint. Stray find.Barningham Low Moor
          179 Lartington CP. Deepdale Beck.Aspen dominated relict woodland and streamside vegetation.Lartington CP. Deepdale Beck. From Crag Bridge to Nab Bridge
          178 Little Sleddale. Lower Falls. Shell bed and mudstones.Birkdale Common. Little Sleddale.
          177 Little Sleddale BeckMuker CP. Birkdale Common. Little Sleddale. Upper Falls
          176 Round CairnCalver Hill (South) Reeth
          175 Preston Moor, including that part of Redmire Moor east of the unfenced road from Grinton to Redmire and the steep pastures below Redmire Scar.Preston Moor, Redmire Moor, Redmire Scar, Low Scar and Preston Scar.
          174 FlintEllerton Abbey
          173 Relict woodland on and below the western section of Whitcliffe ScarWhitcliffe Scar West.
          172 Flint Carperby ( Thackthwaite Beck)
          171 Isolated rowan tree and solitary juniper bush at Hungry Hush.Arkengarthdale. Hungry Hushes.
          170 Applegarth. Deepdale Lower Scar. Yew on edge of Scar.Richmond, Applegarth, Deepdale Lower Scar
          169 CairnEllerton Moor
          168 Richmond CP. Applegarth. Deepdale Lower Scar.Applegarth, Deepdale Lower Scar
          167 Richmond CP. Deepdale, Upper Scar. Yew and rowan.Applegarth, Deepdale Upper Scar
          166 Round Cairn above Great Punchard GillArkengarthdale Moor
          165 Stigmaria. Little Punchard GillLittle Punchard Gill
          164 Sheepfold / sheepwash at Great Punchard GillGreat Punchard Gill
          163 Double Limekiln and quarry on northern side of Great Punchard GillGreat Punchard Gill
          162 Routh LevelPunchard Gill
          161 Lithic find of Mesolithic character.
          160 Lithic ScatterRiddings Rigg, Reeth
          159 Utilised FlintRiddings Rigg, Reeth
          158 Orchid meadow.Arkengarthdale
          157 Large Leafed Lime in Swaledale
          156 Globe flowers
          155 Nanny Miller Springs. Burnt Mound Site 1 Nanny Miller Springs- In pasture north of Rubbing House above Clapgate Plantation.
          154 Defended settlement on How Hill, Low Whita.How Hill, Low Whita.
          153 Jewellery InsetSmarber
          152 Ellerton Moor Ring CairnEllerton Moor
          151 The Harker Mires Ring Cairn.Harkerside Moor. Harker Mires
          150 Cairnfield type settlement complex centred on the Harker Mires Ring CairnHarkerside Moor. Harker Mires.
          149 Burnt Mound Whitaside.Gale Houses in-between High and Low Whitaside
          148 Mouldside Lead Levels.Mouldside, Arkengarthdale.
          147 2 shallow settlement platformsNear Low Hollings, Marske.
          146 Abandoned FarmhouseLow Hollings Near Marske
          145 Preston Quarry. Mesolithic and Neolithic Occupation Sites.Preston under Scar CP. Preston Quarry. Now removed by quarry activity.
          144 Four burnt mounds at Howgill Head.Teesdale. Hunderthwaite CP. Howgill Head.
          143 Rock art sites at Howgill Farm.Howgill Grange Farm
          142 Shallow scooped earthworkGale Head Moor, North of Low Faggergill, Arkengarthdale
          141 Lead Bale on Bronze Age Burnt Mound.Wensleydale. West Burton CP. Pasture below Morpeth Wood.
          140 Morpeth Gate Pasture.Four burnt mounds, Sites 1-4, below Nancy Nick Woods.Wensleydale. West Burton CP. Morpeth Gate. Nancy Nick Pastures.
          139 Burnt Mound below Ashby Gill. Site 2.Wensleydale. West Burton CP. Pasture below Ashby Gill.
          138 Burnt Mound below Ashby Gill. Site 3.West Burton CP. Pasture below Ashby Gill.
          137 Burnt Mound in pasture below Ashby Gill Site 2West Burton CP. Burnt mound in pasture below Ashby Gill. Site 2
          136 Marske CP. Forty Acres Allotment. Upper of two cross marked rocksMarske CP. Forty Acres Allotment. Upper of two cross marked rocks
          135 Marske CP. Forty Acres Allotment. Lower of two cross marked rocks at this location.Marske CP. Forty Acres Allotment.
          134  Marske CP. Forty Acres Allotment. Cup and ring marked rock east of Dales Beck.Marske CP. Forty Acres Allotment.
          133 Bellerby CP. Bellerby Moor Ranges. Site 6Bellerby CP. Bellerby Moor. Springs rising south of Black Beck.
          132 Black Beck Springs. Lower SiteBellerby CP. Bellerby Moor Ranges Burnt Site 5. The lower of two burnt mounds located at oncolite rich stream below calcareous tufa forming spring on the south side of Black Beck
          131 Bellerby Moor. Burnt Mound Site 4, at head of Park Gill.Bellerby Moor. Burnt Mound Site 4, at head of Park Gill.
          130 Bellerby CP. Bellerby Moor Ranges. Whipperdale Bank. Burnt Mound Site 3.Bellerby CP. Bellerby Moor Ranges. Whipperdale Bank.
          129 Bellerby Moor Ranges. Whipperdale Bank. Burnt Mound Site 2. The second burnt mound to be recorded of six at this general vicinity.Bellerby CP. Bellerby Moor Ranges. Whipperdale Bank
          128 Bellerby Moor Ranges.Whipperdale Bank. Burnt mound Site 1. (1 of 6 burnt mounds in this vicinity).Bellerby CP. Bellerby Moor Ranges.Whipperdale Bank.
          126 Field system on Eskeleth Low Moor.Arkengarthdale
          125 Unenclosed round house settlement above High Eskeleth FarmArkengarthdale. High Eskeleth. Low Moor.
          124 High Eskeleth. Low Moor. Two adjacent ring banks and small round cairn.Arkengarthdale. High Eskeleth. Low Moor.
          123 Fell End Scar. Yews with juniper etc on Limestone Scar at 430mFremington Edge. Fell End Scar.
          121 Cup marked rock near Mudbeck Stone Ring.Mudbeck Side, some 850 NE of Crooks of |Beck Bridge and 50m west of the stone ring (see previous record).
          120 Stone circle at Mudbeck Side.On rising ground at Mud Beck 850m NE of Beck Crooks Bridge..
          119 Scooped curvilinear enclosed settlement and field system, west of Swale Hall.
          118 Ring Cairn or embanked stone circle at Harker Mires.Grinton CP. Harkerside Moor. Harker Mires.
          117 Burnt mounds recorded by Tim LauriePreston Moor. Stopmore Rake Spring
          116 Tranchet Axe and other finds of Early Mesolithic character. Lithic find site.Rigg above Calvert Houses.
          115 Rigg, Calvert Houses. Neolithic Occupation Site. Found and recorded by Tim LaurieRigg, Calvert Houses.
          114 Possible round barrow south of Gun Ing laneIn Pasture at edge of River Terrace. South of Gun Ing Lane
          113 Large Romano British scooped settlement near Muker. Site found and recorded by Tim Laurie.RecordSettlement south of Gun Ing Lane
          112 Blades EarthworkBlades, Swaledale
          110 Surrender Lead Smelt MillSurrender Lead Smelt Mill, 1.5Km North of Feetham.
          109 Whitaside MinesWhitaside Mines, Whitaside Moor
          108 Upper Swaledale MinesUpper Swaledale Mines
          107 Swinnergill Mines Keld Swinnergill - Keld
          106 Sleigill / Washy Green MinesSleigill / Washy Green Mines
          105 Tanner Rake LevelsTanner Rake, Sleigill, Langthwaite
          104 Sir Francis Level - Record 2 of 2 see also 103Sir Francis Level - Gunnerside Gill
          103 Sir Francis Level - Record 1 of 2 see also 104Sir Francis Level - Gunnerside Gill
          102 Old Gang and other Reeth High Moor LevelsOld Gang + Reeth High Moor
          101 Victoria Level Brownsey MoorVictoria Level Brownsey Moor
          100 Ash Pot LevelAsh Pot Level Brownsey Moor
          99 Burnt Mound surveyed by Tim LaurieUpper Teesdale. Skyer Beck
          98 Burnt Mound surveyed by Tim LaurieUpper Teesdale. Beside small sike on floodplain, south of the River Tees. Below Cronkley Scar.
          97 Burnt Mound found by Tom Gledhill.Blea Beck Sheepfold
          96 Burnt Mound surveyed by Tim LaurieEel Beck Holwick Fell
          95 Burnt Mounds surveyed by Tim LaurieBlack Mea Crag Sike
          94 Burnt Mounds surveyed by Tim LaurieStrands Gill
          93 Burnt Mounds surveyed by Tim Laurie Stotley Grange, Knott Well
          92 Burnt Mound surveyed by Tim Laurie Blackton Beck
          91 Burnt Mound surveyed by Tim LaurieColdwell Spring
          90 Burnt Mounds recorded by Tim Laurie Burnt mound in pasture north of Far East Hope and west of stream by footpath to Gutters Bridge.
          89 Burnt Mound surveyed by Tim LaurieWest Loups Spring
          88 Scargill Moor. Sealey Spring. Burnt Mound at spring rise.Sealey Spring
          87 Scargill Moor. 500m SE of Spanham Farm.Three burnt mounds on the same stream.Stang Foot
          86 HOPE C.P. On open moorland above the Stang Forest. Very small site.
          85 Barningham. The Low Moor. Two adjacent burnt mounds on eastern bank of small stream which flows northward Barningham. The Low Moor. On eastern bank of small stream which flows northward from Osmonds Gill.
          84 Barningham. The Low Moor. Settlement and Burnt mound below How TallonBarningham. The Low Moor. Settlement and Burnt mound below How Tallon
          83 WHASHTON C.P. Sturdy Springs, four burnt mound sites. One site excavated and radiocarbion dated, one site radiocarbon dated.WHASHTON C.P. Sturdy Springs, four burnt mound sites.
          82 Very large Burnt Mound below Redmire Scar.PRESTON UNDER SCAR C.P.
          81 Thorny Bank Hill and Grasper Bank Spring. Two burnt mounds at locations listed belowRedmire CP. Thorny Bank Hill and Grasper Bank Spring. Two burnt mounds at locations listed below.
          80 Bolton West and East Parks. Eight Burnt Mounds at various locations as listed.Castle Bolton with East and West Bolton CP. Several locations as listed
          79 Carperby CP. Peat Moor Lane below Wegber. Two burnt mounds. Hut circle settlements nearby.Carperby Cum Thoresby CP: Peat Moor Lane
          78 ASkrig CP. Beldaw Hill. Burnt Mound at spring rise.ASKRIGG C.P. Beldaw Hill.
          77 High Abbotside. Hardraw. High Shaw Gill. Two burnt mounds in pasture.High Shaw Gill, Hardraw
          76 Burtersett High Pasture. Isolated burnt mound at spring stream below Yorburgh.Burtersett High Pasture
          75 Apperset. Upper of two burnt mound sites at spring rise below dismantled railway spoil heap.Appersett. Upper of two burnt mounds 400m south of Holme Heads Bridge.
          74 Appersett. Two large burnt mounds 400m south of Holme Heads Bridge below dismantled Appersett. Two large burnt mounds 400m south of Holme Heads Bridge below dismantled railway spoi heaps
          73 Bainbridge. Semerwater. Wood End Lodge.Three burnt mounds at Upper Plantation Springs. Above Wood End Lodge
          72 Countersett Crag. Very large burnt mound at spring rise below the Main Limestone.Countersett Crag. At spring rise below the Main Limestone.
          71 High Blean Farm. Burnt mound on west bank of stream close to and visible from the road opposite High High Blean Farm. On bank of stream close to and visible from the road opposite High Blean Farm.
          70 Bainbridge, Semerdale. Pasture south of High Force Farm.Large burnt Mound.High Force Farm
          69 Bainbridge, Semerdale. Bracken Hill, near Blean lane. Group of three small burnt mounds at springs.Blean Lane. In wet pasture near public footpath on western side of the road.
          68 Burnt Mounds surveyed by Tim LaurieBlack Pasture
          67 Thornton Rust Moor SSSI. The Shooting Hut. Six burnt mounds by braided springs.Thornton Rust Moor. Springs near Shooting Hut south of Dovestones
          66 Thornton Rust Moor. Addlebrough East springs. Two burnt mounds.Addlebrough East
          65 Aysgarth pasture. Two burnt mounds just 1km east of Castle Dikes Henge.Aysgarth Pasture. On either banks of the small stream in pasture 1km east of Castle Dikes Henge and some 100m south of Flout Moor Lane
          64 Aysgarth CP. Keld Springs. Two Burnt Mounds at contolled spring rise.Keld Springs
          63 Flout Moor lane. Two large Burnt Mounds at spring head 800m west of Castle Dikes Henge. Flout Moor Lane, Haw Beck Springs
          62 Stake Pasture, Skellicks Beck. Two burnt Mounds in Pasture.Skelliks Beck
          61 Newbiggin CP. Three burnt mounds at Millbeck Springs.Millbeck Springs
          60 Two burnt mounds less than 300m west of the large aggregated round house settlement on Burton MoorBURTON CUM WALDEN C.P. Burton Moor
          59 Burton Moor. Burnt Mound below Ashby Gill, Site 1Burton Moor. Burnt Mound below Ashby Gill, Site 1
          58 Burton cum Walden CP.Two Burnt Mounds below Morpeth Wood the upper reused as a lead bale.West Burton CP. Pasture below Morpeth Wood.
          57 West Burton, four burnt mounds in pasture below Morpeth Scar.Morpeth Scar
          56 West Witton CP.Low Wanless Springs. Burnt Mound at the low elevation of 130mLow Wanless Springs
          55 Melmerby CP.Wraykeld Well Spring. Two Burnt Mounds Wraykeld Well Spring 2 sites
          54 Carlton Town CP. Howden Lodge. Burnt Mound in marsh.Howden Lodge. In marsh 500m to west of the Lodge.
          53 West Scrafton. Below Town Spring. Burnt Mound - Recorded by R.F. WhiteIngs Farm, Town Spring
          52 East Witton.Witton Fell. Two Burnt Mound(s) Witton Fell. Spring rise at small sike on northern side of Sowden Beck.
          51 Bunton and Other Levels - Record 2 of 2 Gunnerside Gill
          50 Bunton and Other Levels - Record 1 of 2Gunnerside Gill
          49 Booze Wood Level - LangthwaiteBooze Wood Level - Langthwaite
          48 Mesolithic flintsReeth Low Moor
          47 Neolithic transverse or chisel type arrowhead.Wegber Edge, Carperby, Wensleydale.
          46 Boundary Stone at Stony man, Moresdale Road.Stony man, Moresdale Road
          45 Millstones above Tottergill PastureMoulds Top
          44 Miner's Graffiti ArkengarthdaleLangthwaite area
          43 Bridge at MudbeckMudbeck, Arkengarthdale.
          42 Boundary Stone
          41 Prehistoric EnclosureCalver Hill
          40 Charcoal Burning PlatformGale Houses High Whitaside
          39 Dew PondHagg Farm, Fremington, Reeth
          38 Possible tramwaySouth of Cuckoo Hill, Reeth
          37 Sheep CreepHagg Farm, Fremington, Reeth
          36 Sheep CreepHagg Farm, Fremington, Reeth
          35 Dry stone wall with unusually large stonesHagg Farm, Fremington, Reeth.
          34 Stone troughHagg Farm, Fremington, Reeth
          33 Lime KilnNear Hagg Farm Fremington, Reeth
          32 Stone troughNear Hagg Farm Fremington, Reeth
          31 Stone TroughHagg Farm, Fremington, Reeth
          30 Stone troughHagg Farm, Fremington, Reeth
          29 Stone troughHagg Farm, Fremington, Reeth
          28 Miner-Farmers farmhouse - John Cockell 1724Sleigill, Booze, Reeth just south of North Rake Hush
          27 Red Admiral Butterfly and a Noon Fly feeding on the sap exuded from a ripe downy rose hip River Swale at Hoggarths
          26 Marske CP. Stelling Springs above Dales Beck. Four Burnt Mounds.Stelling
          25 Marske,Cordilleras Ranges.Buzzard Scar. One very large and prominent burnt mound and one much smaller site.Marske,Cordilleras Ranges.Buzzard Scar, double site
          24 Cordilleras Farm Small Arms Range. Large turf covered burnt mound in pasture on north bank of stream.Marske. Cordilleras Farm. In pasture approx 200m northof small arms range.
          23 Downholme Moor. Burnt mound at spring rise and close to Bronze Age Cairnfield and later field system.Downholme Springs
          22 Marrick CP. Group of three burnt mounds at Stelling Spring.Stelling Springs
          21 Reeth Low Moor, Calver East Slope. Two burnt mounds on the same spring stream.Reeth Low Moor, Calver East Slope. Two burnt mounds
          20 Reeth Low Moor. Six burnt mounds below Calver Hill (Central Area).Reeth Low Moor Calver
          19 Reeth Low Moor. Cringley Bottom. Burnt Mound at spring rise.Reeth Low Moor, Cringley
          18 Reeth High Moor. Very small burnt mound with visible burnt stone at spring rise.Reeth High Moor
          17 MelbecksCP, Brownsey, Stoops Rig. Burnt Mound.MelbecksCP, Brownsey, Stoops Rig
          16 Grinton CP. Burnt mound close to unenclosed round house settlement (recorded seperately) In pasture 200m south of High Lane, Whitaside.Grinton CP. In pasture 200m south of High Lane, Whitaside
          15 At stream sides in pasture above Low Whita Farm.Two sites.At stream sides in pasture above Low Whita Farm.Two sites
          14 Grinton CP. Harkerside Place. Two burnt mounds west of Whitbeck Cottage.Grinton CP. Harkerside Place. Two burnt mounds west of Whitbeck Cottage.
          13 Grinton CP. Whitbecks. Burnt Mound on eastern bank of spring stream below the Marl Pit,in pasture.Whitbeck Marl Pit Spring
          12 Harkerside Place Springs.Burnt Mound.Harkerside Place Springs
          11 Grinton Moor. Burnt Mound 200m west of Grinton Lodge.Grinton Lodge
          10 Harker Mires. The Main Burnt Mound within the Harker Mires Ring Cairn Complex of Sites.Harker Mires
          9 Ellerton Moor. Burnt Mound above Stolleston Wood. The Lower of two sites on the same stream.The lower of two burnt mounds on the stream which flows down through Stolleston Wood
          8 Stainton Moor. Large Burnt Mound at the White Bog.Stainton Moor, The White Bog.
          7 Stainton Moor. The White Bog. Burnt Mound Lower Site.Stainton Moor, The White Bog.
          6 Stainton. Wathgill, Cow Park. Burnt mound in immediate vicinity of Small Arms Range.Wathgill, Cow Park. In immediate vicinity of Small Arms Range.
          5 Scargill Low Moor. Very large isolated Burnt Mound south of Plantation.East of Scargill Low Moor Plantation.
          4 Stainton CP. Stainton Springs. Group of four burnt mounds.Stainton Moor Springs 400m SE of The Ship Plantation.
          3 Walburn CP. Three Burnt Mounds above Spring Gill. Burnt Mound Sites 1-3. First recorded by Tim LaurieThree burnt mounds located on the banks of a small sike above the North Side of Spring Gill, Site 1
          2 Maiden CastleMaiden Castle on northerly side of Harkerside Moor 2Km SW of Reeth in Swaledale.
          1 Grinton EarthworksApproximately 300 metres east of Grinton Bridge beside the River Swale