Cairnfield 180m North East of Ramsley Lodge
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Derbyshire County Council
North East Derbyshire District Council
North East Derbyshire
SE284284 (428417, 375208)
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A small group of at least four cairns forming a compact cairnfield, interpreted as evidence for prehistoric land clearance for settlement and agriculture. The cairnfield occupies a relatively well drained location standing on the east flank of a ridge of moorland. The cairns stand on the east side of the ridge and range from 2 metres to 5 metres in diameter. The cairns appear to be undisturbed and are relatively small and stand in a stone cleared area of moorland indicating that they are clearance measures than funerary structures. Scheduled.
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