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High Cross, Shrewsbury, Shropshire

Cross (destroyed):  OS Grid Reference – SJ 492 126 Also Known as: Butter Cross The Cross Archaeology & History This long-lost medieval ornamented cross, found not far from the legendary Grope Cunt Lane (I kid you not) was located close … Continue reading

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Bedd y Cawr, Llanymynech, Montgomeryshire

Chambered Cairn (destroyed):  OS Grid Reference – SJ 266 223 Also Known as: Llanymynych Hill Llech y Wydhon Archaeology & History An exact grid-reference for this once-impressive chambered tomb is difficult as “nothing remains of this site at the present … Continue reading

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Fairy Stone, Clunbury, Shropshire

Legendary Rock:  OS Grid Reference – SO 3723 7958 Also Known as: The Devil’s Stone Archaeology & History The Fairy Stone, on the south-west corner of Clunbury Hill, measures some 3ft by 2 ft 3 in and is some 2ft … Continue reading

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