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Anglezarke Misc 4

Ring Cairn

<b>Anglezarke Misc 4</b>Posted by Rivington PikeImage © Rivington Pike
Nearest Town:Chorley (5km SW)
OS Ref (GB):   SD621189 / Sheet: 109
Latitude:53° 39' 53.58" N
Longitude:   2° 34' 25.14" W

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Note :- The exact location of this site cannot be guaranteed as it does not appear on any O.S. maps.
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I stumbled across this whilst looking for Black Coppice cairn.
This feature consists of an arc of stones which may form a complete circle (the remainder is still concealed under the peat), and an upright stone sitting among a collection of stones that may have formed a cairn.
Rivington Pike Posted by Rivington Pike
21st February 2004ce