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St Catherine's Hill


<b>St Catherine's Hill</b>Posted by UncleRob
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St Catherine's Hill (Hillfort) by UncleRob Among the Dongas near the Eastern end of the nature reserve is this little mound, seemingly worn into an elongated shape by two of the tracks. It does stand out among the other shapes here, but whether it is a worn-down barrow I can't say. It's about 1 meter high and might once have been 15 meters diameter. There's no obvious sign of a ditch. However, it certainly looks from the dimple on top like some Victorian gent thought the same as me at some point and took a shovel to it.
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Posted by UncleRob
12th October 2007ce
Edited 13th October 2007ce
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