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MONUMENT NO. 895568

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A large area of peat cutting, of probable post medieval date, is visible as numerous small pits and irregular earthworks on moorland north-west of Driver Farm and north of Goat Hill, Exmoor. The cuttings were most likely abandoned in the late 19th or 20th century. An enclosure, two circular features and various linear features were previously noted at this location. It is thought that the "enclosure" is a misinterpretation of the peat cutting and drainage ditches in the area.

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