|place:-||boundary stone, Longsleddale/Shap Rural (2)|
|site name:-||Harter Fell|
|locality:-||boundary, Longsleddale/Shap Rural|
Longsleddale parish, once
Shap Rural parish, once in
|boundary stone; parish boundary mark|
boundary stone, Longsleddale/Shap Rural (2) -- Harter Fell -- boundary, Longsleddale/Shap Rural -- Longsleddale and Shap Rural -- Cumbria / -- The stone is fallen down, the upper side has letter 'H'; note the old line of iron fencing is a little offset from the new fence. -- H for Harrison, the landowner in Longsleddale parish, to the south. The stone is lying so that, lifted, H is to the north, wrongly. -- 7.9.2004
boundary stone, Longsleddale/Shap Rural (2) -- Harter Fell -- boundary, Longsleddale/Shap Rural -- Longsleddale and Shap Rural -- Cumbria / -- Boundary stone on Harter fell, between Longsleddale and Shap Rural, Westmorland, 7 September 2004. -- The stone is fallen down, the underside has letter 'L'. -- L for Lowther, landowner in Shap Rural parish to the north. -- 7.9.2004
The boundary stone is lying on the grass beside the fence
where it turns. Letters:-
L / H
on opposite sides. L for Lowther, H for Harrison, landowners.
The boundary incidentally marks the parish boundary between Longsleddale and Shap.
|Old Cumbria Gazetteer - JandMN: 2013|