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    Stones around Crow Hill

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    QDanT

    Join date : 2011-05-29
    Location : Earby used to be in Yorkshire

    Stones around Crow Hill

    Post  QDanT on Sun Jun 12, 2011 2:23 am

    Had a walk out Sat. 11-6-11 and posted to my Blog http://teddytourteas.blogspot.com/2011/06/its-all-marks-fault.html but thought I'd add some more nearby Stones and post on here, if this is OK ?


    Watersheddles Cross





    Lad or Scarr on Crow Hill Stone





    Looking from Ladd Stone to Alcomden Stones



    Looking from Alcomden Stones back to Ladd Stone



    Alcomden Stones


    looking over to Boulsworth Hill


    and looking down Ponden Clough to Ponden Kirk location



    at Ponden Kirk







    back onto the map and from the Ladd Stone to #001 @ SD 97353 37102 Pendle Hill on horizon to left of stone





    just thought I'd share - cheers all Danny


    Last edited by QDanT on Sun Jun 12, 2011 2:26 am; edited 1 time in total (Reason for editing : Spl.)


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    Sunbright57

    Join date : 2011-02-10
    Age : 60
    Location : Nelson - the one in Lancashire sorry to say!

    Stones around Crow Hill

    Post  Sunbright57 on Sun Jun 12, 2011 10:08 am

    Thanks Danny for more great pics, Teddy looks like he's waiting for his brew of tea. I like the Wattersheddles Cross and The Ladd of Crow Hill Stone, always wanted to see them. Still getting over yesterday's walk around Downham with John as guide. Ray.
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    QDanT

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    Post  QDanT on Sun Jun 12, 2011 10:34 am

    Hi Ray the Watersheddles Cross is an easy one only 211 yds. from the road, the Ladd Stone is a killer though with a long, up hill all the way, slog of 3/4 of a mile ! cheers Danny


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