Danby Rigg Cairnfields, Cross Dykes, Funerary Monuments and Associated Features

North Yorkshire

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Overview Danby / Ainthorpe Rigg
Cairn at NZ 70950 06067
Cairn at NZ 70950 06067
Site of Settlement
Site of Settlement
Double Dyke looking East
Cross Dyke looking West
Cross Dyke looking West
Standing Stone next to Trig Point
Small Standing Stone
Standing Stone
Standing Stone
Satnding Stone correct Grid Freference
Standign Stone Final Correction Grid Ref
Prehistoric Standing Stone
Prehistoric Standign Stone - A closer view
Prehistoric Standing Stone looking towards Danby Dale
Standing Stone next to Trig Point
Small Standing Stone
Standing Stone at NZ 70676 06069
Standing Stone at NZ 70639 06134
Standing Stone at NZ 70594 06200
Standing Stone at NZ 70758 06652
Cairn at NZ 71298 06290
Cairn at NZ 70793 06428
Double Dyke at NZ 70391 05566
Cairn at NZ 70766 06151
Cairn at NZ 70798 06290
Double Dyke at NZ 70616 05391
Double Dyke at NZ 70616 05391
Dancing Stone at NZ 70119 04896
Dancing Stone at NZ 70119 04896

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Tagged With

Bronze Age

Data Source

English Heritage

County Council

North Yorkshire County Council

District Council

Scarborough Borough Council

Parish

Danby

Parliamentary Constituency

Scarborough and Whitby

Grid Reference

SE709709 (470888, 506316)

WGS84 Coordinates

54.4472, -0.906682

Nearest Postcode

YO21 2NR

The nearest postcode is an aid to location, and does not necessarily reflect the actual address of the monument. Most scheduled monuments are not occupied buildings and have no postal address or postcode of their own. In rural and coastal areas, the nearest geocodable postal address may be several miles away.


Notes

The remains of a ring cairn, situated within a predominantly Bronze Age landscape on Danby Rigg. It is 9.5 metres in diameter with a stony ring bank 3 metres wide and 0.6 metres high. Scheduled.

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