An oblong area of stones in an otherwise grassy area (see large image below) marks the location of a stone-walled building that has been interpreted (by the Inlegborough Archaeology Group) as a combined office and store room associated with the Settle-Carlisle Railway construction works.
SCRCA Structure 247793: Ribblehead Railway Construction Camp: Office and Store
Key details from the Location Record
- Location Type
- Archaeological Site
- Location Variant
- Archaeologal Site - Other
- Assessment status
- Current Use(s)
- On MRC's 1911 landplan?
- Construction / installation period
- MR-C: Constructed by the Midland Railway Co. between 1869 and 31st December 1876.
- Distance from London St.Pancras
- 247 miles (chains not estimated)
- Position relative to running lines
- This location IS visible from nearby publicly accessible land.
- Accessibility (ease of access)
- Protection Category
- Scheduled Ancient Monument
- Geographic Location
- View this location on aerial imagery.
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