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DEVONPORT LEAT 
BICKLEIGH
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The Devonport Leat or Dock Leat was constructed for the Plymouth Dock Waterworks Company following Parilamentary approval in 1793. It is 28 miles long...
MONUMENT NO. 439012 
MEAVY
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The remains of a curving rubble and boulder wall. It measures 1.8 metre wide and up to 0.6 metres high and has in part double faced orthostatic wallin...
MONUMENT NO. 438882 
SHEEPSTOR
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A granite block with two mortar holes has been built into the wall of an outhouse at the back of Yeo Farm, just above ground level. The old house, aba...
GREAT WESTERN REAVE 
WALKHAMPTON
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Bronze Age reave, part of the Great Western Reave the longest known prehistoric land division boundary on Dartmoor. Across Walkhampton Common it exten...
MONUMENT NO. 438495 
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The site of a cross is alleged at this location. A number of stones nearby have been drill-split and an adjacent field wall appears to have been repai...
MONUMENT NO. 438516 
WALKHAMPTON
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A flat-topped round cairn containing a cist situated on a south-facing slope below Leather Tor. The cairn mound measures 5.5 metres in diameter, stan...
MONUMENT NO. 438519 
WALKHAMPTON
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A wayside cross situated 20 metres south of a track which leads between Buckfast and Tavistock Abbeys. The cross survives as an ancient socket stone w...
MONUMENT NO. 439003 
WALKHAMPTON
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An extensively robbed cairn skirted by a short reave. It measures 18 metres in diameter, is generally 0.4 metres high and is constructed of small ston...
MONUMENT NO. 439009 
WALKHAMPTON
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An enclosure containing a stone hut circle, situated 460 metres west of Cross Gate. It survives as a 47 metre long and 35 metre wide, irregularly shap...
MONUMENT NO. 439024 
WALKHAMPTON
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Two cairns identified at this location. One was scheduled as a tor cairn in 1996 and the second was identified as a possible cairn in 1980. The tor ca...
MONUMENT NO. 440155 
WALKHAMPTON
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Two BA cairns and a short stone row are recorded on the lower slopes of Leeden Tor. These three features are now under fairly dense gorse vegetation. ...
MONUMENT NO. 440158 
WALKHAMPTON
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Two BA cairns, one linked to a stone row, are separated by the Walkhampton Common East Reave. The cairn on the east side of the reave is 7.8m across,...
MONUMENT NO. 440161 
WALKHAMPTON
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An unenclosed BA settlement comprising fourteen hut circles lies in a natural hollow on the lower slopes and in the shadow of the prominent clitter -...
MONUMENT NO. 440164 
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Bronze Age cairn and cist on average 3.8 m in diameter. The remains of the cist lie in an irregular stony spread retained by in-situ boulders and sla...
MONUMENT NO. 440167 
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BA stone row and cairn The double stone row is in poor shape.Both terminals have survived fixing its length at 113m from the blocking stone to the ce...
MONUMENT NO. 440234 
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BA stone row and cairn. The 132m long row has 47 upright stones and the low cairn is 8.4m in diameter. Both monuments lie under dense bracken cover; g...
MONUMENT NO. 440256 
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9.1m in internal diameter and levelled into the slope with on the uphill side an adjacent field wall.
MONUMENT NO. 440291 
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Remains of a Bronze Age reave, surviving as a low bank of small stones. It continues towards Peek Hill but as little more than a cropmark and fragment...
MONUMENT NO. 440300 
WALKHAMPTON
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A BA cairn which has a diameter of 7.5m. and is 0.6m. high on the south-east side and 0.3m. high on the north-west. The mound is turf covere...
MONUMENT NO. 440303 
WALKHAMPTON
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BA barrow (prob. duplicate)
MONUMENT NO. 440306 
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An enclosure and stone hut circle located on a west-facing slope of Sharpitor. The enclosure survives as a circular area surrounded by a rubble bank. ...
MONUMENT NO. 440309 
WALKHAMPTON
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Undated pits first thought to be hut circles
MONUMENT NO. 440327 
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A BA cairn 5.5m in diameter by 0.3m high with a small excavation in the top . Scheduled.
MONUMENT NO. 440354 
WALKHAMPTON
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Remains of an enclosure, built onto the south eastern edge of the Walkhampton Common Reave. It survives as a roughly rectangular area defined by a low...
MONUMENT NO. 440366 
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A BA single stone row oriented NE - SW at a very slight angle to the north-east end of the adjacent double stone row. The large scale survey dated 198...
MONUMENT NO. 440369 
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A BA reave extends from the clitter field below Sharpitor to the lower slopes of Leather Tor where it terminates at an extensive clitter field before ...
MONUMENT NO. 440372 
WALKHAMPTON
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A BA cairn, 5m in diameter and O.6m high, constructed of stones and small boulders with a cutting in the north side. It lies to the south-east of the ...
MONUMENT NO. 440375 
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A structure of uncertain origin and function has been partially constructed across the reave. Schedueld as a BA hut circle it is a rather crude struc...
MONUMENT NO. 440378 
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An oval structure of uncertain origin and function but possiblty a shelter. It is 5.5m long, 4.1m wide and up to 0.3m high with spread rubble walling...
MONUMENT NO. 440381 
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A stone shelter probably of Medieval date. The rectangular interior measures 6m by 3.7m and is defined by a 1m wide, 0.3n high rubble wall. A gap in t...
MONUMENT NO. 440384 
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Three BA cairns lie in a cluster. They have all been disturbed and one has been overlaid by a bank and ditch.
MONUMENT NO. 440387 
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An enigmatic earth and stone bank of uncertain origin and function lies across the contour of a gentle west-facing slope in unenclosed moorland. It is...
MONUMENT NO. 440390 
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Remains of Prehistoric field system visible as two boundaries, one a 64m long 0.3m high bank with a nearby cairn measuring 5.8m in diameter and 0.7m h...
MONUMENT NO. 440393 
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A BA settlement of at least ten hut circles and the remnants of a field system lie on a south-east facing slope within a c.80 year old coniferous plan...
MONUMENT NO. 440396 
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Two crude stone clearance cairns and other small stone heaps probably of Medieval or later date
MONUMENT NO. 440399 
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BA hut circles and the remains of an enclosure located within a clitter spread on the north-east side of Sharpitor. The largest hut is 4.6m across, th...
MONUMENT NO. 964151 
WALKHAMPTON
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Four round cairns
MONUMENT NO. 966441 
WALKHAMPTON
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Enclosure, 6 stone hut circles & length of reave.
MONUMENT NO. 966512 
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Enclosure, Hut circle & length of reave
MONUMENT NO. 1394214 
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The remains of part of RAF Sharpitor, immediately north of Peek Hill. The remains include a number of concrete platforms together with associated eart...
MONUMENT NO. 1454628 
WALKHAMPTON
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RAF Sharpitor, a transmitting station established early in World War 2 circa 1942 and abandoned in 1971. This small 'Technical site' served as the mas...
MONUMENT NO. 1454735 
WALKHAMPTON
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An underground monitoring post or bunker designed by the Royal Observer Corps (ROC) to record nuclear bomb explosions and the drift of fallout. Locate...
MONUMENT NO. 1454738 
WALKHAMPTON
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An RAF barracks established circa 1942 and abandoned in 1949. Known as the 'Domestic Site' for RAF Sharpitor it once stood on the northern slopes of P...
MONUMENT NO. 1455640 
WALKHAMPTON
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A group of four BA cairns located on the lower north-east facing slopes of Sharpitor. The largest cairn measures 5.2m across, up to 0.6m high and has ...
MONUMENT NO. 1455910 
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Two BA enclosures with seven alleged hut circles and several prospecting pits were scheduled in 1993. Irregular linear stone walls, linked to an exte...
MONUMENT NO. 1455915 
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Earthworkl remains of medieval or later tinworks spread across a shallow fold in the hillslope below and to the north of Leather Tor and also on the r...
MONUMENT NO. 1456576 
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Two leats follow a parallel route around the contour of the hillside; they were dug for the Stanlake Eluvial streamworks. The source of water for thes...
MONUMENT NO. 1457740 
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A peat drying platform comprising a level stance enclosed by a narrow sub-circular ditch up to 0.3m deep with a slight, spread outer bank 0.1m to 0.2m...
MONUMENT NO. 1472605 
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A Royal Observer Corps (ROC) aircraft recognition and reporting post. It stood on a large natural mound on the summit area of the Sharpitor ridge. Her...
WALKHAMPTON COMMON REAVE 
WALKHAMPTON
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The Bronze Age Walkhampton Common Reave extends from the clitter-covered slopes of Sharpitor, across open moorland to terminate on a south-facing slop...
MONUMENT NO. 440154 
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Duplicated site
MONUMENT NO. 439015 
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A series of parallel reaves and an enclosure (SX 57 SE 114) on Peek Hill. The Walkhampton Common Reave separates the Meavy and Walkham valleys. A furt...
MONUMENT NO. 439021 
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The remains of a medieval settlement on Peek Hill, comprising a longhouse and outbuilding. The longhouse measures 13 metres by 4 wide internally, with...
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