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Viewing website implies consent to set cookies on your computer. Full details Swaledale and Arkengarthdale Archaeology Group
Registered Charitable Incorporated Organisation Number 1155775
SWAAG Honorary President:
Tim Laurie FSA

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 *****SWAAG_ID***** 1011
 Date Entered 23/05/2020
 Updated on 23/05/2020
 Recorded by Doug Waugh
 Category Unknown
 Record Type Miscellaneous
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 Site Access Public Access Land
 Location How Tallon, Frankinshaw How, Holgate How.
 Civil Parish Not known
 Brit. National Grid 
 Record Name Teesdale to Swaledale route
 Record Description This is only speculation and it is based on the simple observation that you can travel between Teeesdale and Swaledale using the stone-marked summits (each visible from its neighbour) at How Tallon (NZ 057074), Frankinshaw How (NZ 061064) and Holgate How (NZ 068048). From Holgate How the route can go into the Marske Beck valley or across to Cock How and then down to the Swale river. This route is lent further credence by the map on page 3 of Prehistoric Rock Art of County Durham, Swaledale and Wensleydale by Stan Beckinsall and Tim Laurie which shows a significant amount of rock art close to this route. This book also includes detailed information about the stones at each of the summits - How Tallon (page 57), Frankinshaw How (page 66), Holgate How (page 92) and Cock How (page 97-100). There is then the possibility of travelling to Wensleydale using standing stones, but I have not yet checked the alignment nor the visibility of each from the other.
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 Tree Site ID 0
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