Round Barrow 400m South East of Hill Fort Windypit
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North Yorkshire County Council
Hambleton District Council
Thirsk and Malton
SE509509 (450936, 485432)
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Three Bronze Age Round Barrows surviving as earthworks. Visible on air photographs the barrows were mapped as part of the North York Moors National Park NMP project. All three barrows appear extant on the latest 2009 vertical photographs. Scheduled.
Don't think this one exists or if it does its not visible . OS map only shows two tumuli in the northern part of this field one at SE 50976 85366 and the other at SE 51027 85301 both of which are visible from the right of way which runs close by . They are also prominent and stand out quite clearly when viewed on Google Earth. There is nothing to be seen of this one at SE 50936 8542 , its not marked on the OS map, nothing visible from the right of way and nothing to be seen on Google Earth
John D Hunter, 20 August 2016
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