SK 0789 7046: Low marshy ground, not walked by P. Wroe, but possible bump in the wall.
SK 0809 7023: Roman road not traced at this point.
SK 0826 7000: Length not walked by P. Wroe. Ground very rocky to north-east.
SK 0860 6978: No trace of road at this point, destroyed by garage and plantation. Estimated turning point on high ground.
SK 0893 6959 to SK 0913 6947: Ground very uneven and disturbed but it is possible to make out the course of the agger clearly near the top wall.
SK 0907 6951: A short 30m length of agger is visible.
SK 0913 6947: The road is observable as a short length of terrace cut into the rocky shoulder.
SK 0924 6941: The course of the road is identifiable as a faint shelf.
SK 0934 6936: It can be traced as a faint hump in the ground.
SK 0947 6927: Ground uneven and affected by pits and tracks. Road difficult to identify.
SK 1105 6838: When walked by P Wroe, not spotted as on wrong alignment. Could be seen as a faint terrace from the turning point.
SK 1105 6836: Quite well defined turning point. Agger visible across all the field.
SK 112 682: Continuous agger, better towards the S. corner of the field. Good series of probable quarry pits.
Index: North Derbyshire Archaeological Trust (NDAT). North Derbyshire Archaeological Trust Index. 3139-3148, 3155-3157.
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HARTINGTON UPPER QUARTER, HIGH PEAK, DERBYSHIRE
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