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Young Ralph's Cross, North Yorkshire Moors

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Young Ralph's Cross on the North Yorkshire Moors is situated beside a road near Rosedale Head at Ordnance Survey Grid Ref:  NZ 677 021. There has been a cross at this site since about 1200AD with the present cross dating from about the 18th Century. Roseberry Topping can be seen in the distance. Since 1974 this cross has been used as the emblem of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park.


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