Tripsdale Bride Stones
Bronze Age Round Barrow/Kerb Circle
South East of Chop Gate, North Yorkshire  OS Map Ref SE57569790
OS Maps - Landranger 100 (Malton & Pickering), Explorer OL26 (North York Moors - Western Area)


Tripsdale Bride Stones looking southwest
Although it looks like a small stone circle the Bride Stones are actually the kerb stones of a robbed round barrow. The body of the mound has been removed leaving a double ring of slabs about 10 metres in diameter, some fallen, some still standing. The view above is looking southwest towards Bilsdale West Moor on the other side of the valley of the River Seph with the tower of the Bilsdale transmitter to the top right of the photo.
Tripsdale Bride Stones - southern arc of stones
Stones forming the southern arc of the kerb.


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