The Moors Centre

A lovely clear morning for a stroll over Ainthorpe Rigg. The North York Moors National Park’s Danby Lodge looking good in the vernal sunshine. It started life as a hunting lodge for John Dawnay, the 5th Viscount Downe. Before the renovations a date of there was a date of 1774 on the lintel of a door. Sometime in the 19th-century ranges of barns, a horse engine house and cart shed were added and it became a farm by the name of Wedlands Head.
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