Hedge line, lynchet feature and stone deposit to Rear of Black Barry House, off B6454, Wardlow, of probable post medieval date.
During an evaluation carried out in 2019, a number of features were recorded: a previous hedge line of uncertain date was located in Trench 1 and an associated Lynchet type feature had formed over the line. To the east of the features a partially disturbed and spread stoney deposit was uncovered. This may have formed part of a previous track or roadway of possibly medieval or post-medieval date. The stoney deposit extended throughout Trench 2 but was totally absent from Trench 3. (1)
Unpublished document: Eyre-Morgan, G and P Noble (EM Heritage Solutions). 2019. An Archaeological Evaluation of Land off the B6454 In Wardlow, Derbyshire.
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SK 1800 7498 (point)
WARDLOW, DERBYSHIRE DALES, DERBYSHIRE
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