Round Cairn, Standing Stone and Associated Enclosure 490m North West of White Cross
North Yorkshire County Council
Scarborough Borough Council
Scarborough and Whitby
SE675675 (467490, 510996)
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A Bronze Age round cairn with an associated enclosure and small standing stone. The standing stone is at the centre and measures 0.35 metres by 0.12 metres and 0.9 metres high. The round cairn is 8 metres to the north east. It measures 13 metres in diameter and 0.3 metres high. To the south west of the standing stone is an enclosure formed by cutting a level terrace into the slope. It is defined on the north eastern side by a 5 metres wide, 1metres high scarp extanding from the base of the standing stone. On the remaining sides there is a low curving bank 1m wide and 0.1metres high. The enclosure is D shaped 16 meters across and up to 11 metress wide. The monument is scheduled.
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