These washfolds were recorded by Susan Johnson of Ravenglass between 1985 and 1993 and can be found in Cumbria Archives, Whitehaven under reference YDX 285/1/1-6. They have had a simple visit with measurements by pacing.
SD 12052 91911 Altitude 118m 61082 in the National Park Heritage Environment Record
Three chambers, one quite indistinct, and leading wall to River Annas. Poor condition with not much sign of a pool at present.
Chamber 1- 4.0×3.0m; chamber 2- 4.0×3.5m; chamber 3- 4.0×1.5m; chamber 4- 2.5×1.5m; Pool- 2.0×2.0m
SD 13618 90780 Altitude 293m 61081 in the National Park Heritage Environment Record
Four chambers beside Buckbarrow Beck built in to the fell wall following the beck. Very clear exit and launching stone. Generally good condition and clearly a washfold. Evidence of dam for extending pool.
Chamber 1- 5x2m; chamber 2- 8x6m; chamber 3- 13x6m; chamber 4- 5.5×4.5m; Pool- 7.0×2.5m
NY 11433 05868 Altitude 229m 61122 in the National Park Heritage Environment Record
A single chamber against an old wall enclosing a new plantation. There is an entrance at either end with a large block 1.8m block at the NE opening. There is a steep drop to the pool of about one metre.
Chamber 1- 8.0×2.5m; Pool- 5.0×2.0m
NY 12978 05530 Altitude 134m 61119 in the National Park Heritage Environment Record
Two chambers between the beck and an old field wall. The back chamber is square at the northern end and rounded to the south where there is an opening. The front is rounded with an exit onto a flat platform about 5.0m from the beck. The platform has been built up with large boulders along the water edge. There is a short section of wall on the far side of the beck
Chamber 1- 3.0×2.5m; chamber 2- 7.0×4.0m; Pool- 4.0×3.0m