Broomrigg F: Two Hut Circles in Broomrigg Plantation, 900m South East of Street House


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Late Neolithic

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English Heritage

County Council

Cumbria County Council

District Council

Eden District Council



Parliamentary Constituency

Penrith and The Border

Grid Reference

SJ546546 (354579, 546425)

WGS84 Coordinates

54.8105, -2.7068

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A small glacial erratic on the edge of a minor hollow filled with loose stone. In or before 1962, a small Beaker was found beside the erratic, "three inches down". Two large slabs of stone nearby were suggested to represent capstones, perhaps for a cist, although no investigation appears to have occurred. The site was visited by an Ordnance Survey field investigator in 1972. Nothing resembling a cist could be seen, and the two alleged slabstones could not be found.

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