Earthwork features, Lower Tysoe

Description of this historic site

A series of earthwork features were identified from aerial photography, adjacent to the road to Hardwick Road in Lower Tysoe. They possibly represent spoilheaps associated with road construction.

Notes about this historic site

12 Earthwork features were identified by the AOC Assessment of Local Services Villages for Stratford-on-Avon District Council in 2012 from a series of aerial photograph taken in 1992, not previously identified, from the Warwickshire Museum collection. The ridge and furrow is noted as respecting the Eastern side of these earthworks, and that they could be related to roadside activity.
3 These features appear to represent spoilheaps. They may be from road construction, lying atop a levelled plough headland at the edge of a ridge and furrow field.

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