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MONUMENT NO. 918929

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Possible Bronze Age cairn. A turf covered stony mound set on a south facing slope of rough grassland. Just N of tin streamworking which run along the Colly Brook. It may have been built on a platform around the southern side. Several stones protrude around the perimeter but there would appear to be no kerb as such. Apart from the slight robbing in the south the mound appears to be intact.

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