Swinside stone circle, Broadgate, Lake District

Swinside stone circle, Broadgate, Lake District

The prehistoric stone circle of Swinside is one of the best kept secrets in the Lake District. The circle is beautifully sited in a farm field near Crag Hall, on the minor road to Broadgate.

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