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placename:- Tarn Crag
parish Longsleddale parish, once in Westmorland
county:- Cumbria
hill
Altitude 2178 feet
coordinates:- NY48670772
10Km square:- NY40

1Km square NY4807

photograph

Tarn Crag -- Longsleddale -- Cumbria / -- 12.4.2007
photograph

Tarn Crag -- Longsleddale -- Cumbria / -- Baby cairn. -- NY48850784 (at) -- 12.4.2007

descriptive text:- Wilson 1912

Book, Longsleddale, by F M Wilson, published by T Wilson, Kendal, Westmorland, 1912.
... with the grim and ghastly 'Goat Scar' on the left and the bold masses of 'Tarn Crags' on the right.

source:- OS 1881-82 New Series (outline edition)

Maps, parts of Westmorland, Cumberland, etc now Cumbria, New Series 1 inch maps of England, published by the Ordnance Survey, London, 1881-82; sheets 7, 11, 12, 16..19, 22..25, 28..31, 37..40, 47..50, 58.
Tarn Crag / 2176

placename:- Tarn Crag
Altitude 2176 feet
date:- 1881=1882
period:- 19th century, late; 1880s

source:- EPNS Westmorland 1967


placename:- Tarnhilcrag -- 1580
placename:- Tarn gowe -- 1622

button   Blandish, Tarn Crag
button   Heather Slab, Tarn Crag
button   Orchid, Tarn Crag
button   Rib and Wall, Tarn Crag
button   Route 1, Tarn Crag
button   Route 2, Tarn Crag
button   survey pillar, Longsleddale
button   West Buttress, Tarn Crag

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