A probable earthwork extractive pit of post-medieval date can be seen as one very large (>50m) amorphous feature on good quality aerial photographs, centred at SK 3097 1963. A probable earthwork trackway of post-medieval date can be seen as a single linear feature defined by a bank, with a maximum length of 100m, centred at SK 3102 1966.
Mapped using good quality aerial photographs. (1)
The area is now pasture . The trackway survives as a low bank cutting across ridge and furrow. (2)
Index: RCHME Boutwood, Y.. 1993. National Forest Project.
Index: Malone, S (RCHME). 1994. National Forest Project Index: UID 924111.
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SK 30983 19659 (point) (Approximate)
SWADLINCOTE, SOUTH DERBYSHIRE, DERBYSHIRE
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