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How Hill, Low Whita

Hillfort

<b>How Hill, Low Whita</b>Posted by BrigantesNationImage © BrigantesNation.com
Nearest Town:Richmond Yorks (17km ENE)
OS Ref (GB):   SE002983 / Sheet: 98
Latitude:54° 22' 47.8" N
Longitude:   1° 59' 48.91" W

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This hillfort defends an area of about 150 square metres on the top of a small hillock very close to the River Swale. It has a single rampart and ditch and appears to have an entrance on the west side. A couple of fields to the west, a hollow way seems to point directly to the fort. Posted by BrigantesNation
13th August 2003ce