When we at the North Yorks Moor Centre the other day we saw the above print by the artist John Brunsdon, it is of Sutton Bank or Roulston Scar and if you have climbed the steep hill by car to the top you will see the significance of the little red car in the print. We had come this way on our way back with Lucy from the Blue Cross centre when we first acquired her, and had stopped to eat a sandwich at the top, in which she joined rather shyly. The print was delivered to us the next day by a National Trust lady who happened to pass our house on the way home to Malton, so if I am ever snidey about the NT, I must remember her kind act!
At the top of Sutton Bank is one of the largest Iron Age forts in the country, though evidence of settlement is sparse, you can read Brigantes Nation here for information on the fort. The Modern Antiquarian also has some interesting folklore by Rhiannon and others.
Lots of links there for myself but we are pleased with the print and I maybe will buy another one in the future.
Spotted on the sycamore outside the gate, bracket fungi, well over 18 inches across by 12 inches.