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Appleby, England - Fisherman in the Eden Valley British Railways Poster

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Long Meg and Her Daughters, Eden Valley, Cumbria. - Long Meg and Her Daughters consists of 59 megalithic stones arranged in an oval shape measuring 100 meters on its long axis. Written records from the early 17th century suggest that there were as many as 77 megaliths at that time. Long Meg is the tallest and most famous stone in the circle, measuring 12.5 feet (3.8) meters in height and situated 109 yards (25 meters) outside the circle positioned towards the southwest, where (when…

The Legend of the Stone Circle known as Long Meg and Her Daughters

This earthenware jug was made in 1947 by A. Schofield at the Wetheriggs Pottery in Clifton Dykes, Cumbria. Slipware, which uses slip (semi-liquid clay and water) on a contrasting-coloured clay body, often for decoration, is a traditional form of pottery in Great Britain. The inside of this jug has a cream-coloured glaze, and the outside is decorated with a trailed slip design in cream and covered in a clear glaze. (60/626)

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