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WALKHAMPTON COMMON REAVE

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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 slope at a terrace of a disused railway adjacent to a small BA unenclosed settlement. It extends for 3170m and although there are some irregularites it maintains a remarkably straight course with on major re-alignment on high ground. In places where it crosses a number of slight valleys it is completely engulfed by peat.

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