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Bryn Wern Bridge

Round Cairn

Miscellaneous

CPAT description:
The cairn is relatively centrally placed on the level plateau of the spur. The site lies just to the NW of the confluence of two rivers, with the R Wye just to the east and the Hirnant to the west. The site is a low circular mound, partially turfed over but with much stone still evident. It appears to be formed of heaped stone with some recent additions, presumably from clearance. The upper surface is level, with no structural components visible (CPAT 2005).
thesweetcheat Posted by thesweetcheat
27th May 2024ce

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