Ingleby Incline view of Teesdale from Ingleby Top in summer with flowering moorland heather

Ingleby Incline from Ingleby Top

Looking down the disused railway track bed on Ingleby Incline from Ingleby Top.

Ingleby Incline is a remnant of the moors’ industrial past and was in use from 1861 to 1929. The line linked the ironstone mines in Rosedale with the Ferry Hill Iron works in Durham.

Nowadays the mile long track bed acts as one of the simplest climbs onto the North York Moors plateau.

Ingleby Incline from Ingleby Top was last modified: April 14th, 2020 by Gavin Dronfield

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