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Loose Howe round barrow

A Scheduled Monument in Rosedale East Side, North Yorkshire

Causeway Stone at NZ 70559 01032

Uploader's Comments

Just below Loose Howe to the North East is a Grade II listed boundary Stone known as the Causeway Stone.This stone marks where the George Gap Causeway an ancient paved trod from Great Fryup Dale to Rosedale crosses the parish boundary near Loose Howe. It has its name and the date 1864 engraved on the Eastern face, the letter D for Danby on its northern face and the letter R for Rosedale on its Southern face. This photo of the stone taken at the end of November 2013 is looking in a North westerly direction

Uploaded by John D Hunter on 6 December 2013

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