Out & About …

… on the North York Moors, or wherever I happen to be.

Category: Greenhow Moor

  • Red Stone

    Red Stone

    The rainbow portends a squall. It’s easy to forget winter is approaching. This boundary stone on Greenhow Moor looks 18th century, marking the limit of the Feversham Estate. Now is it┬áthe ‘Red Stone’ that’s marked on the 1857 Ordnance Survey map? The location┬áis about right but this stone doesn’t look significant enough to warrant a…

  • Greenhow Bank

    Greenhow Bank

    A sultry evening view towards Botton Head where the forestry plantations are systematically┬ábeing clear felled. The Ingleby Incline, a former railway incline, can be seen ascending the bank right to left. Greenhow Bank is capped by a series of crags and rock outcrops over a distance of a hundred metres or so. This crag, with…