Icknornshaw Moor near Cowloughton south of Cowling in West Yorkshire has several wooden huts visible from the Transpennine Way. The land is a grouse moor with shooting rights held by the villagers, and the huts provide for early morning shooting. The villagers have held the hunting rights from the 16th century, and had to defend them in court in the 19th century.
The Geograph page for SD9641 includes several other photo of the huts.
Cowloughton Clough, Keighley, North Yorkshire BD22, UK