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Fountains Park Pale  | OS Grid Ref: 427488,467078  | Site classified as: Park  | HPG Ref: 60037

Map Evidence

1851 OS Series 1
Shown as Monks Wall
1910 OS 6inch
As above

Extract from Site Visit report

Site Description: Scheduled monument
Site Access: No public access.
Visibility: Partially hidden and alongside private drive. Looked at section in Howe Hill Field
Micro climate: N/A
Buildings: N/A
Walkways / Gateways / Paths etc: N/A
Water features: N/A
Other man-made features: Occasional large cut stones interspersed with river stones (cobblestones) indicate foundation of wall
Natural features: Now over-planted with laid hedge.
Planting: Hawthorn with some Holly
General Condition: Main wall and some of foundations 'robbed out'. No sign of wall by drive to house
Possible contact: None
Local knowledge: National Trust
Recommendations: NFA
Other comments: None
Recorder: PAW
Date: 08/07

Other documentary evidence

Scheduled monument 31368

Additional Information

A Scheduled Monument NMY 23872 is on private land and described on OS maps from 1841 to present day as (Remains of) Monks Wall.
NYHER Monument no. 31368.
It is partially hidden from view, marked by hedging and old wall structure.

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Extract from 1851 OS map centred on Site
Extract from OS Landranger map centred on Site
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