The waymarkers line the side of the road near Birk Brow and show the safe path through formerly marshy ground, they have only recently been restored to an upright position. Details of that work were once on the Guisborough Rotary Club website but have since been removed, fortunately I saved a copy
There are five circular hut bases, two of them 28 feet in diameter with paved floors and walls still standing to a height of three courses of stone. Nine saddle querns and the base of one rotary quern were found – The North York Moors Stanhope White 1979
A much better visualisation of the circles is gained by clicking ‘Show on Map’ above to view this site via Google Earth.
There are reports of a well which possible served the settlement down towards the stream in the valley, the site was excavated by Roland S Close and a memorial to him is attached.