Undated rock shelters at Tor Rock were examined by Micah Salt in 1905. Bone and iron objects, much charcoal and burnt bones were found. (1).
This is a rock shelter in a craggy limestone outcrop on a steep slope above Swallow Brook. It was examined in 1905 by Micah Salt whose finds were very similar to those from Swallow Tor Cave. (3)
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Centred SK 0653 6798 (13m by 9m) (Centre)
HARTINGTON UPPER QUARTER, HIGH PEAK, DERBYSHIRE
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