Post-medieval shieling at Archer Cleugh (Kielder)
At some time in the post-medieval period, farmers built this shieling, which they lived in during the warmer summer months, when animals were brought to the uplands to graze. Today, all that remains of the shieling are earthworks in the form of a rectangle.
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