Croppy's Hole (Whitton and Tosson)
These are the remains of a dry stone building, probably a post-medieval shieling. It stands immediately to the north side of the Ousen Burn.
FIELD SURVEY, Simonside Archaeological Landscape Project 1999; LANCASTER UNIVERSITY ARCHAEOLOGICAL UNIT
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