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Disused Canal 1200m N of Willoughby

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

The site of a disused canal, a waterway used for transporting goods. It dated to the Imperial period, was part of the Oxford Canal, and was located 1200m north of Willoughby.Disused canal.{1} This is a section of the Oxford Canal abandoned in 1830 when the line was straightened.

Redditch and Evesham Railway (same as WA7233)

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Earthwork, DocumentaryRailway.{1} The Evesham and Redditch Railway was built under powers granted by a Parliametary Act dating to 13th July 1863. The line was opened between Alcester and Redditch on 4th May 1868, the section between Alcester and Evesham having already opened in June 1866....

Fishpond 200m SE of Wootton Court

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

A fishpond used for the breeding and storing of fish. It is visible as an earthwork and dates to the Imperial period. It is situated 200m south east of Wootton Court, Leek Wootton.{1} Not marked on a map of 1719. The pond may have been constructed after this. It is part of the extensive gr...

Redditch and Evesham Railway (same as WA7233)

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Earthwork, DocumentaryRailway.{1} The Evesham and Redditch Railway was built under powers granted by a Parliametary Act dating to 13th July 1863. The line was opened between Alcester and Redditch on 4th May 1868, the section between Alcester and Evesham having already opened in June 1866....

Post Medieval earthwork gazebo

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

The possible site of a Post Medieval gazebo is marked by mound of earth. Alternatively, this might be the remains of a round barrow. It is situated 200m south of Combe Abbey.{1} A small round mound, which has recently been disturbed by a tree being uprooted in its centre. No surface indica...