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Description: Remains of Vaccary Walls
Date Listed: 29 January 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 186389
OS Grid Reference: SD9360439387
OS Grid Coordinates: 393604, 439387
Latitude/Longitude: 53.8507, -2.0987
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17/224 Remains of Vaccary Walls,
Possibly medieval. Large, irregular slabs of stone erected as field enclosures
associated with the vaccary system of cattle farming of which there were two
in Wycoller, Nether-Wycoller and Over-Wycoller. Most stones have been removed
for other purposes. The largest and most regular walls run north east from
Wycoller Hall. J Bentley, Portrait of Wycoller; R Cunliffe Shaw The Royal Forest
Listing NGR: SD9360439387
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Source: English Heritage
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