Swaledale - Yorkshire Dales
Swaledale is renowned for its archetypal Yorkshire Dales scenery of drystone walls, field barns and meadows. The barns and dry stone walls form a unique historic farmed landscape that has evolved since at least the 17th century. The majority of the field barns were built between 1750 and the end of the 19th century. There are 1044 field barns in Swaledale alone and a conservative guess of the number in the whole National Park would exceed 6000.
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From North York Moors, Yorkshire Dales and Northumberland