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  Neil McDougall

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Probable linear earthwork near Monkton Farleigh, Wiltshire


This image looks uphill, with the above ground remains of pre-WW2 fortifications visible on top of the hill. (click here to enlarge).

 

Probable linear earthwork near Monkton Farleigh, Wiltshire
Taken from another angle. (click here to enlarge)

 

Probable linear earthwork near Monkton Farleigh, Wiltshire
These are twin linear earthworks which contain stone alignments, they may be elements of a track, a linear boundary or a cross dyke. (click here to enlarge)

Probable linear earthwork near Monkton Farleigh, Wiltshire
The feature from above, with pre-war defenses on top of the hill. (click here to enlarge).

 

Probable linear earthwork near Monkton Farleigh, Wiltshire
From another angle. (click here to enlarge).

 

Probable linear earthwork near Monkton Farleigh, Wiltshire
These are massive deep-set stones which appear to form the outer sections of a wall. (click here to enlarge)

Enigmatic earth banks south of Bathford and in the By Brook Valley

A mound of uncertain appearance, but most likely man-made, on the hillside south of Bathford.
A mound of uncertain appearance, but most likely man-made, on the hillside south of Bathford. (click here to enlarge).

 

An enigmatic earth bank in the By Brook Valley
An enigmatic earth bank in the By Brook Valley (click here to enlarge).

 

An enigmatic earth bank in the By Brook Valley
An enigmatic earth bank in the By Brook Valley. (click here to enlarge)

A ditch and bank seem to block the northeast approach to Farleigh Down.

The Roman road rising from Bathford to Farleigh Down
The Roman road rising from Bathford to Farleigh Down. (click here to enlarge).

 

The Roman road rising from Bathford to Farleigh Down
Running from the escarpment from NE to SW for about three hundred metres, this feature may be even longer yet ploughed down. (click here to enlarge).

Copyright 2001, Neil McDougall. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

Comments to: Neil McDougall.


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