Cross Dyke and Two Building Foundations at Copper Snout
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County Council (Unitary)
Northumberland County Council
SJ890890 (389039, 608892)
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Probable prehistoric cross dyke oriented east-west. The bank is 350m long and between 3m to 5m high. A ditch runs parallel to this on the northern side 2m to 3m wide and 0.2m deep. During the medieval period steadings were inserted on the south side either side of a gap through wich runs a medieval road known as Clennell Street. Scheduled.
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