Site visit 28/02/2000: A long watercourse or leat, running from a spring on high ground to the W of High Elm House. The spring is located at SE61489568, and just beyond the source the leat runs under a small bridge (NTSMR 32308); here the leat is 1m wide and 0.4m deep. It then runs N under wall 249 via a culvert (NTSMR 32305), beyond which it is 1.2m wide and 0.5m deep with a slight embankment on the downslope (E) side. It passes around some enclosures and then turns NE to run under a track (NTSMR 32358); some of these sections have been lost due to landslip, undergrowth and erosion. It passes through an area of jet workings (NTSMR 32356) and runs E to the N of Low South House. There is a modern culvert under the dale-side road and much of the remaining route to the Hodge Beck is culverted underground. The watercourse probably represents the original water supply to Low South House, but the means by which it was taken to the farm unclear. Several other smaller streams and watercourses are tapped on the route. The system has now been superceed by a piped supply which uses the same source but which has a more easterly alignment along the prominent holloway (NTSMR 32306) -.