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MONUMENT NO. 36285

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A small enclosure is visible on air photos. During field investigation the feature was noted to measure 52 metres by 43 metres in diameter with a well-defined entrance on the north side. It is defined by a prominent bank and broad external ditch 0.4 metres deep. The bank has been robbed on the west and south sides. The date and function of the monument is uncertain, but it is likely to be prehistoric. The enclosure earthwork has certainly been used as ballast for the nearby railway trackbed.

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