Ancient Monuments

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Scheduled Ancient Monuments in the Historic County of Shropshire

  1. A 1.43km length of the Ellesmere Canal and associated features at Chirk Bank Photos
    Weston Rhyn
  2. Abutment of Roman bridge at Radnor Bridge
    Acton Burnell
  3. Acton Burnell Castle, a moated site with chamber block and tithe barn
    Acton Burnell
  4. Alberbury Castle: tower keep castle 70m south west of the Church of St Michael and All Angels
    Alberbury with Cardeston
  5. Animal pound 140m north west of Riverside, Wollerton
    Hodnet
  6. Animal pound 335m south west of Rudge Hall
    Rudge
  7. Atcham Bridge Photos
    Atcham
  8. Augustinian friary adjacent to the junction of Lower Galdeford and Weeping Cross Lane
    Ludlow
  9. Bedlam Furnaces Photos
    The Gorge
  10. Belan Bank motte and bailey castle 250m east of Farm Hall
    Kinnerley
  11. Bicton Ditches
    Clun
  12. Bicton motte and bailey castle
    Clun
  13. Billings Ring large univallate hillfort
    Lydbury North
  14. Blists Hill Iron Furnaces
    Madeley
  15. Bodbury Ring: a large univallate hillfort on the summit of Bodbury Hill. Photos
    Church Stretton
  16. Boscobel House
    Brewood and Coven
  17. Botley Stone, a ring cairn on Churchmoor Hill, 600m north-west of Churchmoor Farm.
    Lydbury North
  18. Bowl barrow 100m north west of Purslow Hall
    Clunbury
  19. Bowl barrow 120m south west of Belair
    Wistanstow
  20. Bowl barrow 120m south west of Dorrington Cottage, Pipe Gate
    Woore
  21. Bowl barrow 150m north west of Hollybrook
    Bedstone
  22. Bowl barrow 160m north of Mellin-y-Grogue
    Beguildy
  23. Bowl barrow 1km south east of Hopton Bank
    Mainstone
  24. Bowl barrow 200m north-west of Wildmoor Pool.
    All Stretton
  25. Bowl barrow 300m south of Skyborry
    Llanfair Waterdine
  26. Bowl barrow 320m north east of Upper Darnford
    Smethcott
  27. Bowl barrow 320m south of Pitcholds
    More
  28. Bowl barrow 390m south east of Stanley Cottage
    Lydbury North
  29. Bowl barrow 450m north-west of Felton Farm
    Bromfield
  30. Bowl barrow 500m north of The Oak Farm
    Clun
  31. Bowl barrow 500m south-east of Duckley Nap.
    All Stretton
  32. Bowl barrow 60m south east of Petton parish church Photos
    Petton
  33. Bowl barrow 60m west of Ambleside
    Craven Arms
  34. Bowl barrow 610m south west of Springhill Cottage
    Clun
  35. Bowl barrow 640m north west of Lower Darnford
    Ratlinghope
  36. Bowl barrow 80m north-west of OS trig pillar on Synald's Knoll.
    Myndtown
  37. Bowl barrow and a section of boundary bank at Henley Nap
    All Stretton
  38. Bowl barrow and section of boundary bank on Duckley Nap, 500m east of Wildmoor Pool.
    All Stretton
  39. Bowl barrow at Eaton Farm
    Lydbury North
  40. Bowl barrow at Old Shop Farm, 220m north east of St Michael's Church
    Welshampton and Lyneal
  41. Bowl barrow at The Napp
    Worthen with Shelve
  42. Bowl barrow on Acton Bank, 170m north of Acton House
    Lydbury North
  43. Bowl barrow on Ashlet Hill, 800m WSW of Longmynd Hotel
    Church Stretton
  44. Bowl barrow on Cothercott Hill, 420m east of New Leasowes Farm.
    Ratlinghope
  45. Bowl barrow on Grindle Nills Hill, the northern of two 400m south-east of Barrister's Plain cross dy
    Church Stretton
  46. Bowl barrow on Grindle Nills Hill, the southern of two 400m south-east of Barrister's Plain cross dy
    Church Stretton
  47. Bowl barrow on Hergan Hill, 530m north west of Myndtown
    Mainstone
  48. Bowl barrow on Minton Hill, 170m ENE of Yapsel Well.
    Myndtown
  49. Bowl barrow on Old Field, 620m ESE of Ludlow golf course club house
    Stanton Lacy
  50. Bowl barrow on Old Field, 700m south-east of Ludlow golf course club house
    Bromfield
  51. Bowl barrow on Plush Hill, 120m north west of Jinlye
    Church Stretton
  52. Bowl barrow on Prior's Holt Hill.
    Lydbury North
  53. Bowl barrow on Robin's Tump, 600m south west of Hill House Photos
    Church Stretton
  54. Bowl barrow on Round Hill, 200m west of The Napp
    Worthen with Shelve
  55. Bowl barrow on Round Hill, 650m south-east of the site of Pole Cottage.
    Wentnor
  56. Bowl barrow on Round Hill, 80m east of The Port Way.
    Myndtown
  57. Bowl barrow on summit of Bodbury Hill, 100m north-east of Bodbury Ring
    Church Stretton
  58. Bowl barrow on Synald's Knoll, 1000m south of the Midland Gliding clubhouse.
    Myndtown
  59. Bowl barrow on Synald's Knoll, 520m SSE of the Midland Gliding clubhouse.
    Myndtown
  60. Bowl barrow on The Long Mynd, 100m north-east of Boiling Well.
    Church Stretton
  61. Bowl barrow on The Long Mynd, 180m west of the site of Pole Cottage.
    Wentnor
  62. Bowl barrow on The Long Mynd, 500m east-south-east of Boiling Well.
    Church Stretton
  63. Bowl barrow on the southern end of The Long Mynd, 630m east of Myndtown.
    Myndtown
  64. Bowl barrow on Wildmoor, 200m north-east of the Shooting Box.
    Church Stretton
  65. Bowl barrow, 540m east of Wildmoor Pool.
    All Stretton
  66. Bridgnorth Castle Photos
    Bridgnorth
  67. Brockhurst Castle: a tower keep castle and causeway, 200m south of Brockhurst
    Church Stretton
  68. Bromfield moated grange
    Bromfield
  69. Bromwich Park moated site and formal garden remains
    Oswestry Rural
  70. Bryn-y-Castell and a section of Wat's Dyke adjacent to Preeshenlle United Reformed Church
    Selattyn and Gobowen
  71. Buildwas Abbey Photos
    Buildwas
  72. Bury Ditches, a small multivallate hillfort on the summit of Sunnyhill
    Lydbury North
  73. Bury Walls: a large multivallate hillfort
    Weston-under-Redcastle
  74. Butter Cross 350m north west of Yewtree Cottage
    Alveley
  75. Butter Cross or Pulestone Cross, on the south west side of the market place
    Newport
  76. Caer Caradoc large multivallate hillfort, associated causeway and Caractacus' Cave on the summit of
    Church Stretton
  77. Caer Caradoc: a small multivallate hillfort
    Clun
  78. Caer-Din Ring: a small enclosed Iron Age or Romano-British settlement, an adjacent ancient field bou
    Newcastle on Clun
  79. Caerbre
    Chirbury with Brompton
  80. Calcot Camp
    Churchstoke
  81. Callow Hill Camp: a small multivallate hillfort
    Pontesbury
  82. Camp on Llanfair Hill
    Llanfair Waterdine
  83. Camp Ring motte and bailey castle, enclosure, fishpond and ridge and furrow 400m east of Culmington
    Culmington
  84. Canal aqueduct over River Tern
    Rodington
  85. Castell Brogyntyn ringwork castle 300m north east of Brogyntyn Farm
    Selattyn and Gobowen
  86. Castell Bryn Amlwyg: a ringwork and enclosure castle
    Bettws-y-Crwyn
  87. Castle Bank motte and bailey castle, 150m north west of Woolstaston Hall.
    Woolstaston
  88. Castle Ditches: an enclosed settlement on Bedstone Hill
    Hopton Castle
  89. Castle Farm moat and associated water management features, Cheney Longville
    Wistanstow
  90. Castle Hill motte and bailey castle
    Tong
  91. Castle Hill, 150m north west of St Michael and All Angels Church
    Church Stretton
  92. Castle motte 50m south east of St John the Baptist's Church. Photos
    Condover
  93. Castle Pulverbatch motte and bailey castle with outer bailey, 100m NNW of Brook Cottage
    Church Pulverbatch
  94. Castle Ring: a large univallate hillfort on Oak Hill, 600m south east of Crows Nest Farm
    Worthen with Shelve
  95. Castle Ring: a large univallate hillfort, 600m south east of Meadowtown Farm
    Worthen with Shelve
  96. Castle Ring: a slight univallate hillfort on Stitt Hill, 450m south east of Stitt Cottages
    Ratlinghope
  97. Castle Toot motte castle, 450m WSW of Mawleytown Farm.
    Cleobury Mortimer
  98. Caus Castle: a small multivallate hillfort, a motte and bailey castle and a medieval borough
    Westbury
  99. Caynham Camp, a large univallate hillfort 700m north west of Caynham
    Caynham
  100. Charlcotte furnace
    Stottesdon
  101. Cheney Longville ringwork
    Wistanstow
  102. Cheswardine Castle and an associated linear bank
    Cheswardine
  103. Churchyard cross at St Mary's Church
    Bitterley
  104. Churchyard cross in St Cuthbert's churchyard
    Clungunford
  105. Churchyard cross south west of St Giles Church
    Shrewsbury
  106. Churchyard cross, St Andrew's Church
    Great Ness
  107. Churchyard cross, St Bartholomew's Church Photos
    Tong
  108. Churchyard cross, St Chad's Church
    Norton in Hales
  109. Churchyard cross, St Chad's churchyard
    Boningale
  110. Churchyard cross, St Cuthbert's Church
    Donington
  111. Churchyard cross, St John the Baptist's Church
    Ruyton-XI-Towns
  112. Churchyard cross, St Martin's Church
    Little Ness
  113. Churchyard cross, St Mary Magdalene's Church
    Albrighton
  114. Churchyard of St James's Church
    Stirchley and Brookside
  115. Clun Castle: a motte and bailey castle and formal garden earthworks Photos
    Clun
  116. Clungunford motte castle 90m north east of St Cuthbert's Church
    Clungunford
  117. Coal mining remains 350m north west and 520m north of New Works village
    Little Wenlock
  118. Coal mining remains and brick works on Catherton Common
    Hopton Wafers
  119. Coal mining remains at Cornbrook on Clee Hill
    Coreley
  120. Coal mining remains immediately north east of Horseditch House on Clee Hill
    Bitterley
  121. Coalport Bridge Photos
    The Gorge
  122. Coalport Inclined Plane Photos
    The Gorge
  123. Coed-y-Gaer Hillfort
    Oswestry Rural
  124. Cold Weston deserted medieval village
    Clee St. Margaret
  125. College of St Mary Magdalene at Battlefield
    Pimhill
  126. Colstey Bank Iron Age enclosure
    Clun
  127. Corfham Castle moated site and water management system 460m west of Peaton Bridge
    Diddlebury
  128. Coston Manor moat
    Clunbury
  129. Cross dyke and hut platform on the summit of The Lawley, 100m south west of OS trig pillar.
    Leebotwood
  130. Cross-dyke at Devil's Mouth, west of Burway Hill
    Church Stretton
  131. Cross-dyke on Barrister's Plain, 800m south east of Narnell's Rock
    Church Stretton
  132. Cross-dyke on Ratlinghope Hill, 740m north of Brow Farm
    Ratlinghope
  133. Cross-dyke, field bank, ridge and furrow and hut structures 400m south of High Park House
    All Stretton
  134. Darby Ironworks, Coalbrookdale (furnaces, forehearths and blowing house areas) Photos
    The Gorge
  135. Deserted village
    Abdon
  136. Deserted village
    Heath
  137. Dovecote 250m south east of South Hill Farm, Aston Munslow
    Munslow
  138. Dovecote 300m south of Hodnet Hall
    Hodnet
  139. Dovecote at Chirbury Hall Farm
    Chirbury with Brompton
  140. Earl's Hill Camp: a small multivallate hillfort and an adjacent cross dyke on Pontesford Hill
    Pontesbury
  141. Earthwork east of Bank Farm
    Smethcott
  142. Edge Runner Mill (site of)
    Weston-under-Redcastle
  143. Ellesmere Castle: a motte and bailey castle 200m south west of St Mary's Church
    Ellesmere Urban
  144. Enclosed Iron Age farmstead 700m west of Horderley Farm
    Edgton
  145. Enclosed Iron Age farmstead immediately adjacent to The Croft, Pave Lane Photos
    Chetwynd Aston and Woodcote
  146. Enclosed Iron Age farmstead on Wilderley Hill, 470m north west of Sallins Cottage
    Smethcott
  147. Enclosure and building platform on Nover's Hill, 250m east of Cwmdale Farm
    Church Stretton
  148. Enclosure on Haddon Hill, 360m north-west of The Batch
    Church Stretton
  149. Engine house at Ladywell lead mine, 850m north west of Shelve Farm
    Worthen with Shelve
  150. Group of round barrows at Willowmoor
    Little Wenlock
  151. Hardwick castle motte and bailey castle 140m WSW of Hardwick Hall
    Norbury
  152. Harlescott Grange moated site
    Shrewsbury
  153. Haughmond Abbey: an Augustinian monastery on the site of an earlier religious foundation, a post-Dis
    Uffington
  154. Hawcocks Mount ringwork castle 200m north east of Hawcocks Farm
    Westbury
  155. Headgear at Grange colliery, 240m north west of Watling Street Grange
    Donnington and Muxton
  156. Hilltop enclosure and hut circle on the northern end of The Lawley, 250m north of Blackhurst Farm
    Longnor
  157. Hoarstone stone circle and two round cairns 400m north west of Holly Cottage
    Worthen with Shelve
  158. Holdgate Castle motte and bailey castle and garden remains at Hall Farm
    Abdon
  159. Hopton Castle tower keep castle with outer bailey 150m north west of Park Cottage
    Hopton Castle
  160. Ightfield Hall moated site
    Ightfield
  161. Iron Age settlement site in Bomere Wood
    Condover
  162. Knockin Castle: a motte and bailey castle immediately east of St Mary's Church
    Knockin
  163. Kynaston's Cave
    Great Ness
  164. Langley Hall moated site and Langley Chapel Photos
    Ruckley and Langley
  165. Large multivallate and univallate hillforts, a round barrow, a Late Bronze Age settlement and WWII m Photos
    Wrockwardine
  166. Length of medieval town wall, sally port and interval tower
    Shrewsbury
  167. Lighteach moated site and associated water management features
    Wem Rural
  168. Lilleshall Abbey Photos
    Donnington and Muxton
  169. Lilleshall Beam Blowing Engines
    Madeley
  170. Lime kilns, associated tramways, structures and other buildings at Llanymynech
    Llanymynech and Pant
  171. Limeworks at The Novers
    Nash
  172. Linley Hill Camp
    More
  173. Little Shrawardine motte and bailey castle
    Alberbury with Cardeston
  174. Llanyblodwel Bridge
    Llanyblodwel
  175. Lower Cleeton moat, a moat and fishponds 380m south east of Cleeton Court
    Bitterley
  176. Ludlow Castle Photos
    Ludlow
  177. Ludstone Hall moated site and fishpond
    Claverley
  178. Medieval cross in Chelmarsh churchyard
    Chelmarsh
  179. Medieval cross in Holy Trinity churchyard
    Much Wenlock
  180. Medieval cross in Ightfield churchyard
    Ightfield
  181. Medieval cross in Quatt churchyard Photos
    Quatt Malvern
  182. Medieval cross in St Giles' churchyard
    Chetton
  183. Medieval cross in St Gregory's churchyard
    Morville
  184. Medieval cross in St Martin's churchyard, Preston Gubbals
    Pimhill
  185. Medieval cross in St Mary's churchyard, Dudleston
    Ellesmere Rural
  186. Medieval cross in St Peter's churchyard
    Worfield
  187. Medieval fishpond reservoir north east of Haughmond Abbey and south west of the hamlet of Haughton
    Upton Magna
  188. Medieval Settlement, south-east of Upton Cressett Hall
    Upton Cressett
  189. Mitchell's Fold stone circle, standing stone and cairn 280m south west of Mitchell's Fold Photos
    Churchstoke
  190. Moat Farm moated site
    Condover
  191. Moat House moated site and an associated fishpond
    Longnor
  192. Moated site 140m east of St Mary's Church
    Shawbury
  193. Moated site 320m north east of Petton parish church
    Petton
  194. Moated site 330m south west of Humphreston Hall
    Donington
  195. Moated site 350m north east of Manor Farm, Calverhall
    Ightfield
  196. Moated site 400m north west of Whitley Grange
    Longden
  197. Moated site 480m east of Yeaton Peverey Farm
    Pimhill
  198. Moated site 500m south east of Creamore Cottage
    Wem Rural
  199. Moated site and a fishpond 160m and 280m south of The Farm, Charlton
    Wrockwardine
  200. Moated site and an associated field system 240m south of Panson Farm
    Great Hanwood
  201. Moated site and an associated raised earthen platform 510m north of Mill Farm
    Cressage
  202. Moated site and associated ponds
    Upton Cressett
  203. Moated site and associated ridge and furrow cultivation remains, 145m south of St Mary Magdalene's C
    Hadnall
  204. Moated site and associated water management features 150m north of The Gadlas
    Ellesmere Rural
  205. Moated site and cultivation remains 310m north west of Mossley Well Farm
    Whixall
  206. Moated site and field system 250m south east of Middle Morrey
    Adderley
  207. Moated site and field system 380m south of Moat Farm, Wollerton Wood
    Hodnet
  208. Moated site and fishpond 170m and 160m south east of Chidleys Farm
    Enville
  209. Moated site and fishpond 450m north west of Hunkington
    Upton Magna
  210. Moated site and fishponds 150m north of Attingham Home Farm
    Atcham
  211. Moated site and fishponds 250m south west of Middleton Farm
    Chirbury with Brompton
  212. Moated site at Leigh Hall
    Worthen with Shelve
  213. Moated site at Whitwell
    Much Wenlock
  214. Moated site immediately north west of Cloverley Farm
    Ightfield
  215. Moated site immediately south east of Blake Mere
    Whitchurch Urban
  216. Moated site in Moat Plantation, Newstreet Lane
    Moreton Say
  217. Moated site in Upper Kempley Wood, Willaston
    Ightfield
  218. Moated site, fishponds and ridge and furrow cultivation remains, 260m south west of Betton Alkmere
    Berrington
  219. Moated site, Park Hall mansion and an associated cockpit 320m and 325m south east of Lower Court
    Bitterley
  220. Moated site, prospect mound and fishponds adjacent to Isle Farm
    Bicton
  221. Moated site, ridge and furrow cultivation remains and a building platform immediately north of Lower
    Rodington
  222. Moated site, ridge and furrow cultivation remains, a post-medieval formal garden and pond bays 600m
    Cardington
  223. Moreton Corbet Castle
    Moreton Corbet and Lee Brockhurst
  224. Motte 50m south east of St Martin's Church: part of a motte and bailey castle
    Little Ness
  225. Motte and bailey castle 100m west of Holy Trinity Church
    Lydham
  226. Motte and bailey castle 150m north east of Wilmington
    Chirbury with Brompton
  227. Motte and bailey castle 150m south west of Wilderley Hall
    Church Pulverbatch
  228. Motte and bailey castle 200m east of Brockton Farm
    Stanton Long
  229. Motte and bailey castle 50m to the west of St Michael's church.
    Smethcott
  230. Motte and bailey castle 80m south east of Hockleton Farm
    Chirbury with Brompton
  231. Motte and bailey castle 90m west of St Mary Magdalene's Church, Quatford
    Bridgnorth
  232. Motte and bailey castle and bishops' palace
    Bishop's Castle
  233. Motte and bailey castle and line of Offa's Dyke adjacent to Brompton Mill
    Churchstoke
  234. Motte and bailey castle immediately south west of The Moat
    Bettws-y-Crwyn
  235. Motte and bailey castle on Castle Hill, and the associated remains of a park pale, a fishpond and a
    Hodnet
  236. Motte and bailey castle with associated remains of a medieval village and ridge and furrow cultivati
    More
  237. Motte castle 100m north of The Hall, Sandford
    Prees
  238. Motte castle 100m north of Wotherton Hall
    Chirbury with Brompton
  239. Motte castle 100m south west of Lady House Farm
    Worthen with Shelve
  240. Motte castle 140m south east of Wilcot Hall
    Great Ness
  241. Motte castle 200m south west of Bretchel
    Alberbury with Cardeston
  242. Motte castle 220m north west of Higher Kempley Farm, Willaston
    Ightfield
  243. Motte castle 250m west of Yockleton Hall
    Westbury
  244. Motte castle 400m north east of Upper Gwarthlow Farm
    Chirbury with Brompton
  245. Motte castle 50m north of Village Farm
    Worthen with Shelve
  246. Motte castle 510m east of Broadward Hall
    Clungunford
  247. Motte castle 80m north east of Home Farm
    Church Stretton
  248. Motte castle adjacent to Oaklands Hall, Chirk Bank
    Weston Rhyn
  249. Motte castle adjacent to St Michael's Church
    West Felton
  250. Motte castle adjacent to The Mount cottage
    Chirbury with Brompton
  251. Motte castle and associated settlement remains 150m NNW of Lower Down Farm
    Lydbury North
  252. Motte castle and ice house 30m south of The Old Farm
    Bucknell
  253. Motte castle and icehouse 75m north west of Pool House
    Adderley
  254. Motte castle at Colebatch, 100m north of Lagden
    Colebatch
  255. Motte castle at Hisland
    Oswestry Rural
  256. Motte castle at the south end of East Dudston hamlet
    Chirbury with Brompton
  257. Motte castle immediately north east of Church Farm
    Rushbury
  258. Motte castle immediately north west of Middleton Chapel
    Bitterley
  259. Motte castle on the north bank of Crose Mere, 730m south west of Whattal Farm
    Cockshutt
  260. Multiple enclosure hillfort on Coxall Knoll
    Buckton and Coxall
  261. Myddle Castle immediately south of Castle Farm
    Myddle, Broughton and Harmer Hill
  262. Nag's Head engine house, 230m north of Home Farm
    Pontesbury
  263. Nesscliffe Hill Camp: a small multivallate hillfort
    Great Ness
  264. New Willey Ironworks
    Broseley
  265. Nickless moat
    Milson
  266. Nordy Bank: a slight univallate hillfort 400m north east of New House Farm
    Clee St. Margaret
  267. Northwood Hall double moated site Photos
    Wem Rural
  268. Norton Camp: a large multivallate hillfort
    Craven Arms
  269. Offa's Dyke: section on the western slope of Llanfair Hill, 1.4km south west of Burfield
    Clun
  270. Offa's Dyke: section 1/2 mile (800m) long, south east from county boundary to River Unk Also in Powy
    Churchstoke
  271. Offa's Dyke: section 1300yds (1190m) long, north from Careg-y-Big
    Selattyn and Gobowen
  272. Offa's Dyke: section 1600yds (1460m) long, north from St John the Baptist's Church to River Unk
    Mainstone
  273. Offa's Dyke: section 170m south-east of Fron
    Oswestry Rural
  274. Offa's Dyke: section 175m east of Cefn Bronydd
    Newcastle on Clun
  275. Offa's Dyke: section 2/3 mile (1170m) long, north from southern boundary of Rownal Covert
    Chirbury with Brompton
  276. Offa's Dyke: section 200yds (180m) long, at Careg-y-Big
    Selattyn and Gobowen
  277. Offa's Dyke: section 200yds (180m) long, south of The Royal Oak Inn
    Oswestry Rural
  278. Offa's Dyke: section 220yds (200m) long, north from Royal Oak Inn, Treflach Wood
    Oswestry Rural
  279. Offa's Dyke: section 250yds (230m) long, south of Careg-y-Big
    Selattyn and Gobowen
  280. Offa's Dyke: section 300yds (270m) long, north of Pentre-Shannel
    Oswestry Rural
  281. Offa's Dyke: section 300yds (270m) long, south of Pen-y-Bryn Also in Clwyd: Wales
    Weston Rhyn
  282. Offa's Dyke: section 330yds (300m) south from Treflach Wood
    Oswestry Rural
  283. Offa's Dyke: section 360yds (330m) long, Llynclys Hill
    Llanyblodwel
  284. Offa's Dyke: section 380m west of Pottery Cottages
    Oswestry Rural
  285. Offa's Dyke: section 400m east of Cwm Farm
    Mainstone
  286. Offa's Dyke: section 400m north and 170m east of Selley Hall
    Llanfair Waterdine
  287. Offa's Dyke: section 400m south west of Springhill Farm
    Newcastle on Clun
  288. Offa's Dyke: section 400yds (370m) long south of Rownal Covert
    Chirbury with Brompton
  289. Offa's Dyke: section 400yds (370m) long, east of Llawnt
    Oswestry Rural
  290. Offa's Dyke: section 410m long, east of Llawnt
    Selattyn and Gobowen
  291. Offa's Dyke: section 430m north east of Middle Knuck Farm
    Mainstone
  292. Offa's Dyke: section 430yds (390m) in length south of Chirbury-Montgomery road
    Montgomery
  293. Offa's Dyke: section 475m north east of Nether Skyborry
    Llanfair Waterdine
  294. Offa's Dyke: section 50yds (45m) long, south west of Crane Rock
    Oswestry Rural
  295. Offa's Dyke: section 550yds (500m) long, on Bakers Hill
    Selattyn and Gobowen
  296. Offa's Dyke: section 575m north west of Myndtown
    Mainstone
  297. Offa's Dyke: section 650m east of Cwm-sanaham
    Llanfair Waterdine
  298. Offa's Dyke: section 730m south east of The Yew Tree
    Newcastle on Clun
  299. Offa's Dyke: section 890m north west and 320m west of Little Selley
    Llanfair Waterdine
  300. Offa's Dyke: section 90m east of Ty Gwyn
    Oswestry Rural
  301. Offa's Dyke: section 90m south of Brynorgan
    Llanfair Waterdine
  302. Offa's Dyke: Section from Footpath south of Pen-y-Bryn to Orseddwen
    Weston Rhyn
  303. Offa's Dyke: section north west of Ditches Farm Also in Powys: Wales
    Chirbury with Brompton
  304. Offa's Dyke: section one mile 1000yds (2520m) long, north of Llanforda Mill
    Oswestry Rural
  305. Offa's Dyke: section two miles 780yds (3930m) long, from the stream west of Brook Cottage, Selattyn,
    Weston Rhyn
  306. Offa's Dyke: two sections running 400yds (370m) south of Camlad Stream Also in Powys: Wales
    Chirbury with Brompton
  307. Old Oswestry hillfort, and two adjacent sections of Wat's Dyke Photos
    Selattyn and Gobowen
  308. Old Park Farm moated site
    Stockton
  309. Oswestry Castle: motte and adjoining section of the town wall immediately north east of Christ Churc
    Oswestry
  310. Packhorse bridge south of St Peter's Church
    Rushbury
  311. Pan Castle: a motte and bailey castle Photos
    Whitchurch Urban
  312. Panpudding Hill: a ringwork and bailey castle 100m south of Bridgnorth Station Photos
    Bridgnorth
  313. Part of a small Roman town, the Roman road called Watling Street and a mansio 255m north west of Upp
    Donnington and Muxton
  314. Part of a small Roman town, the Roman road called Watling Street and a mansio 255m north west of Upp
    Donnington and Muxton
  315. Parts of a Roman camp and signal station 410m ESE of Watling Street Grange
    Donnington and Muxton
  316. Pontesford Hill Camp: a small multivallate hillfort
    Pontesbury
  317. Pool Hall moated site
    Alveley
  318. Queen Eleanor's Bower: a ringwork, 710m north east of Bridge Farm
    Uffington
  319. Radnor Wood Camp
    Clun
  320. Ratlinghope Hill camp: a slight univallate hillfort, 600m north east of Brow Farm
    Ratlinghope
  321. Recumbent standing stone on Pen-y-wern Hill, 150m south east of a ring cairn
    Clun
  322. Red Castle: an enclosure castle in Hawkstone Park
    Weston-under-Redcastle
  323. Remains of the crypt or undercroft to the Old Church of St Chad Photos
    Shrewsbury
  324. Remains of tower in Victoria Avenue
    Shrewsbury
  325. Rhyd-Meredydd Bridge over River Tanat
    Llanyblodwel
  326. Ring cairn and Selattyn Tower on Selattyn Hill
    Selattyn and Gobowen
  327. Ring cairn and two round cairns on Hoare Edge, 550m south east of Nine Springs Farm
    Hopton Wafers
  328. Ring cairn on the summit of Pen-y-wern Hill
    Clun
  329. Ringwork 540m north of Lane Farm
    Alberbury with Cardeston
  330. Ringwork 90m south east of Plowden Mill
    Lydbury North
  331. Ringwork and bailey castle 100m north east of Heath Farm
    Alberbury with Cardeston
  332. Ringwork and bailey castle 350m south west of Lyndale
    Westbury
  333. Ringwork and bailey castle 390m west of Buntingsdale Hall
    Sutton upon Tern
  334. Ringwork and cultivation remains 260m west of St Michael's Church
    Chirbury with Brompton
  335. Ringwork and former field boundary banks 110m west of St Michael's Church
    Aston Botterell
  336. Ringwork and tower keep castle 170m south east of St George's Church
    Pontesbury
  337. Ringwork on Warfield Bank 500m south east of Park Cottage
    Clungunford
  338. Ringwork on Whitsburn Hill, 310m south west of Whitsburn Cottage
    Worthen with Shelve
  339. Ritton Castle: a slight univallate hillfort and a ringwork and bailey castle
    Worthen with Shelve
  340. Robin Hood's Butt: a bowl barrow 190m north of Ludlow golf course club house
    Stanton Lacy
  341. Robury Ring: a small enclosed settlement on Wentnor Prolley Moor
    Myndtown
  342. Rockhill Earthwork
    Clun
  343. Roman camp north of Bromfield Farm
    Bromfield
  344. Roman camps south west of Stoneyford Cottages
    Shifnal
  345. Roman fort 300m east of Drayton Lodge Farm
    Shifnal
  346. Roman Gravels lead mine
    Worthen with Shelve
  347. Roman military site at Rhyn Park
    St. Martin's
  348. Roman road at Marshbrook
    Wistanstow
  349. Roman Settlement, 390m north-east of New House Farm
    Upton Cressett
  350. Roman villa 150yds (140m) south east of Lea Hall
    Pontesbury
  351. Roman villa 200yds (180m) north of Acton Scott Hall
    Acton Scott
  352. Roman villa at Cruckton
    Pontesbury
  353. Roman villa at Linley Hall
    More
  354. Roman villa north east of Cottage Coppice
    Much Wenlock
  355. Round barrow 330m south of Oldfields
    Moreton Say
  356. Round barrow 65m south west of St Bartholomew's Church Photos
    Glazeley
  357. Round barrow cemetery and parts of a field system 500m west of Whitmore House
    Baschurch
  358. Round barrow south of Linley Hall
    More
  359. Round cairn 38m north east of OS triangulation pillar on Manstone Rock
    Worthen with Shelve
  360. Round cairn and ancient boundary wall and ditch 450m WNW of The Blue Stone Farm
    Hopton Wafers
  361. Round cairn on Calf Ridge, 800m east of The Shooting Box
    Church Stretton
  362. Round cairn on Stiperstones, 150m south of Manstone Rock.
    Worthen with Shelve
  363. Round cairn on Stiperstones, 350m SSW of the Devil's Chair
    Worthen with Shelve
  364. Round cairn on Titterstone Clee Hill, 440m north west of The Blue Stone Farm
    Hopton Wafers
  365. Round cairn south of Cranberry Rock, 460m north east of Bog Cottage
    Worthen with Shelve
  366. Roveries Hill Camp slight univallate hillfort 400m north east of The Roveries
    Lydham
  367. Roving bridge and lock called Newport Lock 255m south east of Wrekin View Farm
    Newport
  368. Settlement remains of Blakemoorflat
    Worthen with Shelve
  369. Settlement remains of Blakemoorgate
    Worthen with Shelve
  370. Shooters Hut disc barrow, 1500m south-west of Duckley Nap.
    Wentnor
  371. Shrawardine castle and settlement remains
    Montford
  372. Shrewsbury Abbey (including pulpit) Photos
    Shrewsbury
  373. Shrewsbury Castle Photos
    Shrewsbury
  374. Sillenhurst moated site and fishpond
    Woore
  375. Silvington Manor double moated site
    Wheathill
  376. Site discovered by aerial photography
    Atcham
  377. Site of medieval college
    Tong
  378. Site of pumping engine at Muxton Bridge colliery Photos
    Donnington and Muxton
  379. Site of Roman town of Wroxeter (Viroconium) Photos
    Wroxeter and Uppington
  380. Slight univallate hillfort 600m north of Roveries House
    Churchstoke
  381. Slight univallate hillfort and a World War II vehicle testing station on the summit of Ebury Hill, 5
    Upton Magna
  382. Slight univallate hillfort and two ring cairns on the summit of Titterstone Clee Hill
    Bitterley
  383. Slight univallate hillfort, an 18th century folly and a World War II spigot mortar emplacement, on t
    Uffington
  384. Small enclosed Iron Age or Romano-British settlement and adjacent cultivation remains, 450m north we
    Mainstone
  385. Small enclosed Iron Age settlement and a length of an adjacent hollow way, 350m north west of Beechf
    Worthen with Shelve
  386. Small enclosed Iron Age settlement at Leigh Wood, 180m south of Leigh Hall
    Worthen with Shelve
  387. Small enclosed settlement in Knuck Wood
    Mainstone
  388. Small enclosed settlement on Castle Idris, 400m south west of Penrhiew Lodge
    Newcastle on Clun
  389. Small enclosed settlement on Fron, 340m west of St John's Church
    Newcastle on Clun
  390. Small multivallate hillfort at Burrow, 750m WSW of St Mary's Church
    Hopesay
  391. Snailbeach lead mine
    Worthen with Shelve
  392. Snailbeach new smeltmill, 350m north east of Green Acres
    Worthen with Shelve
  393. Soulton moated site and formal garden remains
    Wem Rural
  394. St Julian's Well: a holy well in the middle of Livesey Road, 155m south west of the junction with Sa
    Ludlow
  395. St Leonard's Priory immediately adjacent to the Church of St Mary and St Leonard, Wombridge
    Oakengates
  396. Standing cross in Caynham churchyard
    Caynham
  397. Standing cross in the churchyard of St Michael and All Angels' Church
    Alberbury with Cardeston
  398. Standing cross in the churchyard of St Michael and All Angels' Church, High Ercall
    Ercall Magna
  399. Standing cross in the churchyard of the Church of St Mary the Virgin
    Whitton
  400. Standing stone 350yds (320m) south east of Whitcott Keysett
    Newcastle on Clun
  401. Stanwardine moated site and associated fishpond
    Cockshutt
  402. Starks Lift Bridge at Windmill Lane
    Whixall
  403. Stokesay Castle Photos
    Craven Arms
  404. Stottesdon Bridge 1/3 mile (540m) north of Prescott Mill
    Stottesdon
  405. Sundial in parish churchyard
    Loppington
  406. Sundial in St Alkmund's churchyard
    Whitchurch Urban
  407. Tankerville lead mine
    Worthen with Shelve
  408. Tenbury Bridge
    Burford
  409. The Berth
    Baschurch
  410. The Bower moated site
    Greete
  411. The Burgs
    Bayston Hill
  412. The Ditches (or Larden Ditches) in Mogg Forest
    Rushbury
  413. The Hermitage Photos
    Bridgnorth
  414. The Iron Bridge Photos
    The Gorge
  415. The Lower Short Ditch
    Kerry
  416. The Mount motte and bailey castle, 120m north east of Hill House Farm
    Diddlebury
  417. The Mount: a motte castle 200m west of Weston Farm
    Weston-under-Redcastle
  418. The Ring, an animal pound 100m west of Nills Farm
    Pontesbury
  419. The Walls: a large multivallate hillfort
    Worfield
  420. Thonglands moat near Broadstone
    Munslow
  421. Three Roman camps north west of Brompton Mill including tumulus and section of Offa's Dyke
    Chirbury with Brompton
  422. Tor cairn on Stiperstones, 130m SSE of Manstone Rock.
    Worthen with Shelve
  423. Tower keep castle at Lower Lea
    Lydham
  424. Tower keep castle immediately west of St John the Baptist's Church
    Ruyton-XI-Towns
  425. Town wall section east of Belmont Crescent
    Shrewsbury
  426. Town wall section west of Belmont Crescent
    Shrewsbury
  427. Town walls
    Ludlow
  428. Trefarclawdd colliery remains immediately north of Pottery Cottages
    Oswestry Rural
  429. Two bowl barrows 290m north of Upper House Farm
    Worthen with Shelve
  430. Two bowl barrows on Old Field, 600m ESE of Ludlow golf course club house
    Stanton Lacy
  431. Two conjoined ring cairns on Synald's Knoll, 140m north-west of OS trig pillar.
    Myndtown
  432. Upper Barn moat
    Wistanstow
  433. Upper Short Ditch Also in Powys: Wales
    Bettws-y-Crwyn
  434. Wagbeach adit portal, 630m and 640m south of Hogstow Mill
    Minsterley
  435. Wall Camp in the Weald Moors: a large low-lying multivallate hillfort
    Kynnersley
  436. Wall Town Roman camp
    Neen Savage
  437. Wappenshall canal bridge, Shropshire Union Canal
    Eyton Upon The Weald Moors
  438. Wat's Dyke, 380m long section, immediately east of the Sewage Works
    Oswestry Rural
  439. Wat's Dyke, 420m long section, 190m west of the junction between Preeshenlle Lane and St Martin's Ro
    Selattyn and Gobowen
  440. Wat's Dyke, 490m long section, immediately north and south of Preeshenelle Bridge
    Selattyn and Gobowen
  441. Wat's Dyke: 110m long section, 620m south east of Henlle Home Farm
    Selattyn and Gobowen
  442. Wat's Dyke: 140m long section, 370m south west of Gobowen Station
    Selattyn and Gobowen
  443. Wat's Dyke: 180m long section, 170m east of Pentre-wern
    Selattyn and Gobowen
  444. Wat's Dyke: 365m long section, extending from 45m north east of Gate House on Shrewsbury Road
    Oswestry
  445. Wat's Dyke: 375m long section immediately south of Middleton Road and west of Laburnum Drive
    Oswestry
  446. Wat's Dyke: section 350m long, 540m east of Weston Farm
    Oswestry Rural
  447. Wat's Dyke:80m long section and adjacent cultivation terraces 540m east of Oswestry Castle
    Oswestry
  448. Wattlesborough Castle (uninhabited parts)
    Alberbury with Cardeston
  449. Wayside cross on High Street, 140m south west of St Mary's Church
    Cleobury Mortimer
  450. Wem Castle: a motte castle immediately south west of St Peter and St Paul's Church Photos
    Wem Urban
  451. Wenlock Priory Photos
    Much Wenlock
  452. Westhope moat and fishpond
    Diddlebury
  453. White Ladies (St Leonard's) Priory Photos
    Donington
  454. Whittington Castle Photos
    Whittington
  455. Wollaston motte and bailey castle immediately west of St John's Church
    Alberbury with Cardeston
  456. Woodhouse moated friary of Hopton Wafers
    Hopton Wafers
  457. Wrekin Rifle Range
    Wrockwardine
  458. Wroxeter Roman fort
    Wroxeter and Uppington

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