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MONUMENT NO. 1085699

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Two fairly well-preserved cairns, presumably of Bronze Age date, within the perimeter of the prehistoric enclosure on Carrock Fell. The larger eastern cairn shows signs of having been robbed and both have been damaged by walkers, who have modified their shapes to form shelters. Scheduled.

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