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MONUMENT NO. 442555

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A cairn containing a cist situated on a south east facing slope overlooking the valley of the Cherry Brook. The cairn survives as a 5.8 metre diameter and 0.5 metre high mound containing a central pit which is defined on its northern side by a 1.4 metre long and 0.55 metre deep slab of stone. This stone represents one side of a cist which has been damaged by partial excavation or robbing. A small number of edge set stones around the periphery of the mound suggests the presence of a kerb which survives largely as a buried feature. Scheduled.

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