Round Cairn, 1.36km West of Middle House
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County Council (Unitary)
Northumberland County Council
SJ832832 (383224, 569751)
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Three Bronze Age round cairns surviving as structures and visible as earthworks on air photographs. Round cairn 1.1km west of Middle House. Scheduled RSM No 25058. The remains of a Bronze Age round cairn situated in a prominent position on the edge of the steep slopes above the Settlingstones Burn. The stone and earth cairn is 8m in diameter and up to 1m high on the east side. A hole in the centre is the result of 19th century partial excavation. Round cairn 1.36km west of Middle House. Scheduled RSM No 25059. The earth and stone cairn, in the same situation as 25058 above, is 10m in diameter and stands to a maximum height of 1m. Round cairn 1.34km west of Middle House. Scheduled RSM No 25060. The earth and stone cairn, in the same situation as 25058 and 25059 above, is 9m in diameter and stands to a maximum height of 1m.
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