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Scheduled Monuments in Peterborough

  1. A Bronze Age post alignment and timber platform at Flag Fen and associated Bronze Age and later fiel
    Thorney
  2. Bowl barrow 130m south west of Gaylands, Milking Nook
    Newborough
  3. Bowl barrow 225m north east of Prior's Fen Farm
    Thorney
  4. Bowl barrow 430m north east of Prior's Fen Farm
    Thorney
  5. Bowl barrow 490m west of Gores Farm
    Thorney
  6. Bowl barrow 550m south east of Hill Farm
    Newborough
  7. Bowl barrow 570m north east of Slipe Farm
    Newborough
  8. Bowl barrow 620m north east of East Wryde Cottages
    Thorney
  9. Bowl barrow 730m WSW of Gores Farm
    Thorney
  10. Bowl barrow 780m east of Bar Pasture Farm
    Thorney
  11. Bowl barrow 880m south west of Singlecote Cottage
    Thorney
  12. Bowl barrow immediately north east of Bank Farm
    Thorney
  13. Bowl barrow immediately south of Long Meadow Farm
    Peakirk
  14. Castor village Roman sites
    Castor
  15. Deeping Gate Bridge Also in PETERBOROUGH
    Deeping Gate
  16. Duck decoy Photos
    Borough Fen
  17. Earthwork enclosure at Peakirk Moor
    Newborough
  18. Ferry Bridge
    Castor
  19. Fletton churchyard cross
    Stanground South Ward
  20. Four bowl barrows 690m and 550m ESE of The Willows
    Borough Fen
  21. Gatehouse of manor house
    Northborough
  22. Horsey Hill Fort: a Civil War fieldwork
    Stanground South Ward
  23. Iron Age and Roman settlement at Bar Pastures
    Thorney
  24. Lolham Bridges
    Maxey
  25. Longthorpe Roman fort and settlement
    West Ward
  26. Longthorpe Tower: part of a medieval fortified house 90m west of St Botolph's Church
    West Ward
  27. Longthorpe village cross
    West Ward
  28. Lynch Farm complex
    Orton Waterville
  29. Market cross
    Helpston
  30. Maxey Castle: a moated site with associated enclosures and a fishpond
    Maxey
  31. Moated site, Castor Manor Farm
    Castor
  32. Mound at Langdyke Bush
    Ufford
  33. Old Customs House
    Central Ward
  34. Peterborough Cathedral Precincts, including Table Hall and Infirmary Arcade
    Central Ward
  35. Ring ditches and other cropmarks south of Lolham Hall
    Maxey
  36. Roman drove, enclosures and building platform at Chestnut Farm
    Thorney
  37. Roman field system and drove at Pode Hole Farm
    Thorney
  38. Roman field system and trackway with later field ditches and drove on Whittlesey Washes, 60m south o
    Thorney
  39. Roman fort and enclosure at Sutton Cross
    Upton
  40. Roman house north of Castor Mills
    Castor
  41. Roman site in Normangate Field
    Castor
  42. Roman villa north of Oxey Wood
    Etton
  43. Romano-British settlement south east of Orton Longueville
    Orton Longueville
  44. Round barrow cemetery 330m east of Linden Lea
    Orton Waterville
  45. Section of the Car Dyke between Whitepost Road and Fen Bridge
    Gunthorpe Ward
  46. Section of the Car Dyke canal, fishponds and barrows 250m north west of the Old Rectory
    Peakirk
  47. Settlement areas south west of Orton Longueville
    Orton Longueville
  48. Settlement site east of Uffington and Barnack Station
    Bainton
  49. Settlement south east of Orton Waterville
    Orton Waterville
  50. Settlement west of boathouse, River Nene
    Castor
  51. Shrunken village at Upton
    Upton
  52. Site of Torpel's Manor
    Helpston
  53. Site revealed by aerial photography east of Lolham Hall
    Maxey
  54. Site revealed by aerial photography west of Sutton Heath
    Sutton
  55. St Vincent's Cross
    Thorney
  56. Stanground churchyard cross
    Fletton and Stanground Ward
  57. Sutton Heath, Romano-British site
    Southorpe
  58. The Standing Stones 'Robin Hood' and 'Little John'
    Castor
  59. Three bowl barrows 390m north west of The Firs
    Newborough
  60. Three bowl barrows and a ring ditch 590m and 500m north west of The Four Winds
    Newborough
  61. Torpel Manor (or castle), Ashton
    Bainton
  62. Touthill and site of castle bailey
    Central Ward
  63. Two bowl barrows 940m south east of Bar Pasture Farm
    Thorney
  64. Wothorpe House
    Wothorpe

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