Rylstone Cross overlooking fields of Cravendale in autumn

Rylstone Cross overlooking Cravendale

Rylstone Cross sits on a crag on Rylstone Fell overlooking north Cravendale.

The original cross was of wooden construction and was built to commemorate the ‘Peace of Paris’ in 1885. Due to damage it was subsequently replaced with the stone cross that stands on the spot to this day.

Rylstone Cross overlooking Cravendale was last modified: April 15th, 2020 by Gavin Dronfield

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