Langbaurgh Ridge

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Langbaurgh Ridge
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Map showing the location of Langbaurgh Ridge
Map showing the location of Langbaurgh Ridge
Location in the UK
LocationRedcar and Cleveland
and Hambleton, North East, England
Coordinates54°30′5″N 1°8′4″W / 54.50139°N 1.13444°W / 54.50139; -1.13444Coordinates: 54°30′5″N 1°8′4″W / 54.50139°N 1.13444°W / 54.50139; -1.13444
Area7.0 ha (17 acres)
Established1986
Governing bodyNatural England
WebsiteMap of site

Langbaurgh Ridge (grid reference NZ560121) is a 8.0 hectare[1] geological Site of Special Scientific Interest near the hamlet of Langbaurgh in North Yorkshire, England, notified in 1986.[2] The site crossed the former county boundary of Cleveland and North Yorkshire.

The site is identified as being of national importance in the Geological Conservation Review.

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  1. ^ "Langbaurgh Ridge | Protected Planet". www.protectedplanet.net. Retrieved 22 March 2016.
  2. ^ "Langbaurgh Ridge | Protected Planet". www.protectedplanet.net. Retrieved 22 March 2016.

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