(Medieval to Post Medieval - 1066 AD to 1900 AD)
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An apparent township boundary around Blackwell village, possibly Medieval in date. (1)
This feature comprises a prominent lynchet up to c.0.5m high. It is not a township boundary but marks the edge of medieval access lanes within the medieval open field of Blackwell. The lane running parallel to the strips was in use in 1631 but was abandoned by 1825. By this date, the strips were enclosed and the lane defined by walls on both sides. (2).
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Centred SK 122 720 (225m by 215m) (Centre)
BLACKWELL IN THE PEAK, DERBYSHIRE DALES, DERBYSHIRE
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Mar 16 2021 3:45PM
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