Prehistoric Linear Boundary and Cairns South West of the Bar, Bryher
Isles of Scilly
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County Council (Unitary)
Isles Of Scilly TR23 0PR
SV881881 (88142, 15093)
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A linear stone wall and an extensive exposure of bedrock and loose stones lie below the high water mark. The linear composed of earthfast stones and slabs is probably the core element of a prehistoric boundary wall. It runs for 50m north-east to south-west and is up to 1.5m wide. Two cains or hut circles have been identified within the bedrock exposure but they were not identifed in March 1997.
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