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HAYTON CASTLE HILL

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Earthwork remains of a Medieval motte or ringwork, no visible remains of a bailey. It is a natural hillock artificially scarped into a mound 30 metres in diameter and between 3.5 metres in height in the west, decreasing to between 2 and 2.5 metres in the east. The interior is now slightly dished as the result of landscape gardening. The mound is visible as an earthwork on aerial photographs, and has been mapped by English Heritage's Hadrian's Wall NMP. Scheduled.

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