Source/Archive record SDR5057 - Peakland Roads and Trackways

Title Peakland Roads and Trackways
Author/Originator
Date/Year 1980

Abstract/Summary

Dodd, A E, Dodd E M. 1980. Peakland Roads and Trackways. 2nd Edit.

Description

Location

Referenced Monuments (22)

  • ?Roman Road, Erwood, Hartington Upper Quarter (Monument)
  • Batham Gate Roman Road, Bradwell (Site)
  • Clough Lane, packhorse way - deleted record (Monument)
  • Goyt packhorse Bridge, 92m north of covered Resevoir, Hartington Upper Quarter (Monument)
  • Old Macclesfield Road, 100m east of Cat and Fiddle Pub, Hartington Upper Quarter (Monument)
  • Packhorse Bridge, Washgate, Hartington Upper Quarter (Monument)
  • Roman Road, Batham Gate, Tideswell (Monument)
  • Roman Road, Hartington Middle Quarter (Monument)
  • Roman Road, Monyash (Monument)
  • 'The Portway' (conjectural route of), through Abney and Abney Grange (Monument)
  • 'The Portway' (conjectural route of), through Ashford-in-the-Water (Monument)
  • 'The Portway' (conjectural route of), through Brough and Shatton (Monument)
  • 'The Portway' (conjectural route of), through Foolow (Monument)
  • 'The Portway' (conjectural route of), through Great Hucklow (Monument)
  • 'The Portway' (conjectural route of), through Great Longstone (Monument)
  • 'The Portway' (conjectural route of), through Ivonbrook Grange (Monument)
  • 'The Portway' (conjectural route of), through Tideswell (Monument)
  • 'The Portway' (conjectural route of), through Wardlow (Monument)
  • 'The Portway' (conjectural route of), through Winster (Monument)
  • Trackway, 434m south-east of Meadow Place Grange, Youlgreave (Monument)
  • Turnpike road, Macclesfield - Buxton (Monument)
  • Wardlow, Derbygate/Castlegate Trackway - deleted record (Monument)

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Record last edited

Mar 12 2015 9:25AM

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