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Bar Dyke



An earthwork of an unknown date.
The section of the dyke sandwiched between the roads is the most impressive part.
There is an area called Smallfield 200m or so Southeast; a Bronze age/Romano-British Field system.
The whole has been badly disturbed by roads and walls, there is a rubble ring of a possible robbed cairn (Bar Dyke Ring )but it's hard to pick out amongst the heather and a fence and track cut through it.
Worth a look if your between Ash Cabin and the circle at Ewden Beck.
stubob Posted by stubob
11th September 2002ce
Edited 11th December 2002ce

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