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CAR DYKE

ALTERNATIVE NAME:  CARR DYKE
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Water channel traditionally thought to be a Roman canal from the River Witham to the Cam. Proved to form part of late 1st or early 2nd century fen drainage system. The water channel is flanked by substantial banks, possibly acting as flood defences. Surviving as earthworks.

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