Medieval lynchets and evidence of Post-Medieval mining located east of Middleton and adjacent to Middleton Recreation Grounds. The area is predominantly mined for lead. The mining activity is predominantly characterised by a series of roughly circular spoil heaps associated with mine shafts. The features were first identified during a LiDAR survey which was carried out in 2015. The Medieval lynchets are aligned north to south.(1)
Digital data: Malone, S (TPA). 2015. GIS data from the DerwentWISE Project LiDAR Analysis.
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Centred SK 2824 5585 (126m by 158m)
MIDDLETON AND SMERRILL, DERBYSHIRE DALES, DERBYSHIRE
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Dec 21 2018 9:27AM
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