"Unforgotten" - Froggatt Edge - Peak District
The initials R W M N 1867 inscribed into one of the rocks make a suitable focal point for a view of the start of the rocky outcrops. I have come to the conclusion that they maybe belong to Robert William Mills Nesfield who for a third of a century was Master of the High Peak Harriers and a land agent to the Duke of Rutland's Derbyshire Estates for almost half a century. I am guessing that the stone was a marker defining part of the estate's boundary but I can't be certain.
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From Peak District