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Name:Old road (?) on Middleton Moor
NY SMR Number:MNY21994
Type of record:Monument
Last edited:Sep 5 2005 3:46PM

Protected Status

  • Scheduled Monument 28010: Rock with many cup marks on ridge between Dryas Dike and Delves Beck 880m ESE of Blackhill House, Mi
  • Scheduled Monument 28004: Cup marked rock and cairn near path 775m ESE of Blackhill House, Middleton Moor
Grid Reference:SE 109 513
Parish:Nesfield with Langbar [6128]; Harrogate
Middleton [6129]; Harrogate

Monument Type(s):

  • ROAD? (Roman to Modern - 43 AD to 2050 AD)

Other References/Statuses

Full description

Path running NW-SE across boggy area. Comprises earthfast lain stones set into bog. Stones moderately worn. Some kerbing. Differing in size. 70m in length. 1.75m wide. (1 - 2)

<1> Lancaster University Archaeological Unit, 2002, Nidderdale Survey Database (Database File). SNY6946.

<2> Lancaster University Archaeological Unit, 08/2000, Nidderdale AONB North Yorkshire Archaeological Survey Report (Report). SNY6858.

Sources and further reading

<1>SNY6946 - Database File: Lancaster University Archaeological Unit. 2002. Nidderdale Survey Database. Access 97.
<2>SNY6858 - Report: Lancaster University Archaeological Unit. 08/2000. Nidderdale AONB North Yorkshire Archaeological Survey Report.

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