Crown End stone row on Westerdale Moor on the North Yorkshire Moors is a probable single stone row measuring 168m long, including about 21 visible medium and large-sized stones situated on both sides of a west to east ridge. The row has been partly incorporated into a later field bank. One stone has a possible small cross carved on it, perhaps an attempt to Christianise the row. The row is orientated north to south and stands in an area with several cairns, prehistoric settlements and field systems.
Plan of the Crown End stone row (Source: GPS Survey by Sandy Gerrard)