Eston Hills


The Eston Hills are outliers of the Cleveland Hills range. In 1850 ironstone was discovered in the Eston Hills which led large scale mining and the rapid growth of nearby Middlesbrough. Eston Nab (a rocky outcrop) is the highest point of the Eston Hills at 794 ft (242 m) above sea level. Eston Nab overlooks the town of Eston and the northern edge of Eston Moor. There is a good view of Roseberry Topping from the Nab.

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