Urban Megaliths – Redcar

West Dyke Road. Origin – Recent. Three groups of Three. Stones graded with the smallest, always red sandstone, to the west and the tallest to the the north.

West Dyke iiiWest DykeWest Dyke i

Knox was perhaps the first to recognise the stone triangle. He records one from Ramsdale Hill Top, two miles west-south-west of Robin Hood’s Bay made of stones 4-6 feet high; also three small stones near a small barrow at Dry Heads, Harwood Dale.

Early Man in N.E. Yorkshire

Frank Elgee

1930

Knox

Descriptions, Geological, Topographical, and Antiquarian in Eastern Yorkshire, Between the Rivers Humber and Tees: With a Trigonometrically Surveyed Map Extending Twenty-five Miles from Scarborough, [etc.]

Robert Knox (of Scarborough.)
January 1, 1855
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