Medieval Dyke: Part of Deer Park Boundary at Crosby Gill
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Cumbria County Council
Eden District Council
Penrith and The Border
SJ618618 (361821, 511734)
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Earthwork remains of a Medieval deer park pale and shielings. The deer park was enclosed in 1336 by the Threlkeld Family of Crosby Lodge and extended to about 700 acres.
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