Structure, Eastern Moors

Record ID:  204721 / MNA175198
Record type:  Monument
Protected Status: None Recorded
NT Property:  Eastern Moors; Midlands
Civil Parish:  None Recorded
Grid Reference:  SK 2569 7491
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Summary

Large earthfast gritstone boulder c. 1.7m high with five square cut sockets for beam slots cut along S top edge and 1 square socket cut into S face.

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Structure east of Warren Lodge, Eastern Moors © National Trust
Structure east of Warren Lodge, Eastern Moors © National Trust

Monument Types

  • STRUCTURE (Post Medieval - 1540 AD to 1900 AD)

Description

(1) Large earthfast gritstone boulder c. 1.7m high with five square cut sockets for beam slots cut along S top edge and 1 square socket cut into S face. Slots and notches on W face suggest two structures. Drip gullies on top. Also a carved cross on S face, possibly a masons mark and small grooves on S face, possibly from tool sharpening. Possibly associated with quarrying.

References

  • SNA65023 - National Trust Report: ArcHeritage. 2011. Eastern Moors Historic Landscape Survey. p26.

Designations

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Other Statuses and References

None Recorded

Associated Events

  • ENA6480 - Field Survey, Eastern Moors Historic Landscape Survey, 2011

Associated Finds

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Related Records

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