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Slate Pit Wood Cairnfield

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<b>Slate Pit Wood Cairnfield</b>Posted by daveyraveyImage © daveyravey
Nearest Town:Holmfirth (4km SE)
OS Ref (GB):   SE119109 / Sheet: 110
Latitude:53° 35' 39.16" N
Longitude:   1° 49' 12.66" W

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<b>Slate Pit Wood Cairnfield</b>Posted by daveyravey

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A cairn field with some substantial mounds upto half a metre high and an intrigueing double ditch most of which has been cut through by modern roads. The site is in a well maintained wooded modern enclosure. Two fields down there is a possibility that this double ditch continues, but I am not sure yet. daveyravey Posted by daveyravey
19th January 2005ce
Edited 9th February 2005ce

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This site was excavated by Norman Lunn in 1970/1971.
An excavation report can be obtained from Mr Lunn through the Huddersfield & District Archaeological Society
Posted by hdas
23rd February 2005ce
Edited 21st March 2013ce