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Whitrow Beck

Stone Circle

<b>Whitrow Beck</b>Posted by GLADMANImage © Robert Gladstone
Nearest Town:Ulverston (21km SE)
OS Ref (GB):   SD134939 / Sheet: 96
Latitude:54° 19' 58.97" N
Longitude:   3° 19' 55.05" W

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The circle consists of 15 low granite stones and has a diameter of 20m; it is sited next to the well preserved remains of a Romano British Enclosure into the walls of which some of the stones on the Western side have been incorporated. The circle although quite ruinous is easily recognized, although a number of the stones are hidden by tall grasses.
The extensive site, of which the circle is a part, bears evidence of long term occupation, containing not only the circle and enclosure but four substantial cairnfields, several stone banks, an ancient trackway, hut circles, and the remains of a medieval field system.
Posted by LivingRocks
20th October 2007ce