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Curricks above Littondale
© Bob, Jul 2008
Camera used: Nikon D70 10-20mm lens
Date taken: 20th July 2008
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These cairns are referred to as Curricks - stone shelters for shepherds - though due to the size of many of them this cannot have been their original purpose. I suspect that one or two of the larger ones are genuine curricks and the rest (there's around 50 of them) are modern cairns. They range between 50cm and 2 metres in height.
Bob - 20/Jul/08
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