Landscape photography of the Lakes, Dales, Moors and Wolds
Crackpot Hall farmhouse
What remains of the old farmhouse at Crackpot Hall overlooking the upper reaches of the River Swale.
The remote farmhouse dates from the mid-18th century and originally had two storeys. The outer buildings were used to house animals with the main farmhouse in the middle. Sadly subsidence caused it to become uninhabitable in the 1950s.
Crackpot Hall farmhouse was last modified: April 13th, 2020 by Gavin Dronfield
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