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North Kilworth Barrows

Round Barrow(s)


Details of barrows on Pastscape

Within 500 yards of the 1865 discoveries [beaker etc., see SP 68 SW 3] is an artifical mound, doubtless a barrow of the same period. it is said that another mound was levelled at the time the Rugby and Stamford Railway was made its contents dispersed. (Cf SP 68 SW 1) (1) [SP 6240 8449] A mound, between the road and railway, [pointed out on ground] is said locally to be an antiquity (a) (2) A bowl barrow, approx. 20.0m. in diameter and approx. 1.5m high. The field and mound are under a crop of young wheat and, inaccessible. The barrow occupies the summit of a knoll in an undulating area. No evidence of a second barrow was seen along the nearby railway in the area indicated centred at SP 6270 8433. (3) Located and surveyed on field document. (4) No change. The barrow has been much spread by the plough and is correct as shown on OS 25" 1961. (5)
The published barrow is now described as being destroyed by the OS Field Examiner. (6)
Chance Posted by Chance
16th February 2014ce

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