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Today's walk starts from "The Green" in the moorland village of Glaisdale (Grid Ref: 774 058). Glaisdale village is built on a succession of steep hillsides - the peace & quiet of today contrasts greatly with that of a very different picture painted during the ironstone mining boom of the 1800's - there are still a few remaining signs of Glaisdale's role in this particular local industrial revolution.


Another "claim to fame" that Glaisdale boasts is that the stone used to build Waterloo Bridge over the River Thames in London was quarried nearby.

Walking in a SW direction, we follow the track thru a gate onto Glaisdale Moor.