Scenes around the Upper Esk Valley, North Yorkshire
The three bronze age burial mounds, of Three Howes Rigg, north of Danby Beacon
The memorial stone in the foreground, near Lealholm Moor, is shown in detail below
This stone found between Danby Beacon and the Three Howes Rigg, is a memorial to a Hannah Colling who perished in a snowstorm on Lealholm Moor on the 21st January 1848. She died aged 29, and her body wasn't found for three days.
The Long Stone, a menhir, megalithic standing stone, from the prehistoric Neolithic-bronze? age
The Isolation of the Longstone north of Danby Beacon (part of the ridge in the background)
The Plaque dedicated to radar detection system that was based on Danby Beacon and the war hero, Flight Lieutenant Peter Townsend, the man who never married Princess Margaret.
The new beacon and old trig point on Danby Beacon.
Looking towards the North Sea from Danby Beacon and trig point, North Yorkshire
Looking down the road from Danby Beacon towards Poverty Hill, North Yorkshire
Looking from the old trig point on Danby Beacon towards Freeborough Hill.
Walking west down the track from Danby Beacon on Lealholm Moor.
Brown Rigg Howe in the distance.
Stump Cross is about 1 km west of Danby Beacon.
Streams in the area are often coloured by ironstone.
The site of Siss Cross to the west of Danby Beacon.
Better than nothing!
An old sheep enclosure.
A few trees survive on Danby Low Moor.
One of the many boundary stones on Danby Low Moor
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