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One Ash

Round Barrow(s)

<b>One Ash</b>Posted by stubobImage © stubob
Nearest Town:Bakewell (7km NE)
OS Ref (GB):   SK166643 / Sheet: 119
Latitude:53° 10' 30.64" N
Longitude:   1° 45' 5.82" W

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One Ash Long Barrow

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<b>One Ash</b>Posted by stubob

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Marked as Tumulus on the 1:25000 map of the White Peak this barrow deserves its badly plough damaged label in Barnatt's Barrow Corpus. In the ankle length thick grass there was nothing to be seen.

Arbor Low's banks are visible on the near horizon as is Chelmorton Low farther away in the distance; the two barrows that crown it just about visible.
stubob Posted by stubob
28th August 2012ce
Edited 9th January 2014ce

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One Ash (Long Barrow) — Fieldnotes

As with the nearby One Ash round barrow there's nothing to see here its so ploughed out. Supposedly 40m long and 10m wide perhaps its the long grass that masks its presence but I somehow doubt it.
A trench was dug across the barrow within the last 30years but the findings were never published.
As with Harrod Low, the barrow for its type, is in a relatively low lying spot.
Pottery and flint have been found in the mole hills around the monument suggesting a camp perhaps.
stubob Posted by stubob
28th August 2012ce