Cross Dyke 600m North West of Easthorpe Farm

North Yorkshire

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Later Prehistoric
Linear Earthwork

Data Source

English Heritage

County Council

North Yorkshire County Council

District Council

Ryedale District Council


Appleton-le-Street with Easthorpe

Parliamentary Constituency

Thirsk and Malton

Grid Reference

SE729729 (472924, 472111)

WGS84 Coordinates

54.1395, -0.883633

Nearest Postcode

YO60 7DF

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A discontinuous linear dyke extending east to west for 4. 3 km below the edge of the escarpment forming the south of the Vale of Pickering. The dyke includes a bank up to 6 metres wide and 0.7 metres high with a ditch lying to the north up to 4 metres wide and 0.6 metres deep. The dyke broadly follows the contour of the hillside. It is cut through in several places by forest tracks and hollow ways. The dyke is part of a wider system of boundaries extending across the Vale of Pickering. Other dykes extend north to south. They divided the terrain into discrete units for social and agricultural purposes. Scheduled.

English Heritage

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