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Naish Hill


Naish Hill (Hillfort) by Chance Arial view of the iron Age hillfort on Nash Hill c.1980's.
On the left is the road from Derry Hill/Sandy Lane and on the right is Nash Hill Farm with the road descending sharply into Raybridge. The Eastern remains of the single bank and ditch are seen as a dark mark spread out across the promontory. The pits shown on the right of the picture and below the promontory of the fort are the remains of ironstone mining and smelting. This area may have been in use, at one time or another, since the early Iron Age.
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Posted by Chance
30th October 2009ce
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