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Croglam Castle (Iron Age site)


This is a Scheduled Monument at the south-west of Kirkby Stephen. It includes the earthwork and buried remains of a defended settlement of Iron Age date, situated on the top of a slight hill known as Croglam Castle. There are few visible remains.

Kirkby Stephen Historic Buildings and Monuments in Kirkby Stephen Scheduled Monument
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Croglam Castle

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Croglam Castle

Pinned by Simon Cotterill
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Croglam Castle defended Iron Age settlement
- "....Croglam Castle defended Iron Age settlement is well-preserved as an earthwork. The monument will contain archaeological deposits relating to its construction, use and abandonment and environmental deposits relating to the ...

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List number: 1004615
List number: 1004615
County: Cumbria
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NY7684507692
Grid ref: NY7684507692

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