Low Dinsdale Howe Hill
Has been described as a Questionable Timber Castle (Motte)
There are no visible remains
|Name||Low Dinsdale Howe Hill
|Modern Authority||North Yorkshire
|1974 Authority||North Yorkshire
|Civil Parish||Over Dinsdale
Butler suggests a low mound here is a potential early castle site designed to control the river crossing of the old Roman road into the honour of Richmond. He writes it as being at Low Dinsdale but his map places it in the other (Yorkshire) side of the River Tees in Over Dinsdale.
County Historic Environment Record
|OS Map Grid Reference||NZ355108
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- Butler, Lawrence, 1994, 'The Origins of the Honour of Richmond and its Castles' Château Gaillard Vol. 16 p. 69-80 (Reprinted in Liddiard, Robert, (ed), 2003, Anglo-Norman Castles p. 91-103 (Woodbridge: Boydell Press))