EPW038823 ENGLAND (1932). Earthworks in Wennington Park, Wennington, 1932

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EPW038821
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EPW038822
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Title [EPW038823] Earthworks in Wennington Park, Wennington, 1932
Reference EPW038823
Date 30-June-1932
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Place name WENNINGTON
Parish WENNINGTON
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 361761, 470500
Longitude / Latitude -2.5852271359374, 54.12875333713
National Grid Reference SD618705

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Hi Dylan,



Great spot! Thank you, this and the two other images of the earthwork are really tricky so it's great to have them identified. The original Aerofilms Ltd Register entry is "Wellington". Close, but not close enough, to the actual place name! We'll update the catalogue entry, and post the new data here in due course.



Yours, Katy

Britain from Above Cataloguing Team Leader

Katy Whitaker
Friday 8th of March 2013 03:21:39 PM
Wennington Hall, Lancs. A faint boundary bank passing across the earthwork was not on contemporary maps, but is now re-established. Unfortunately the earthwork does not appear on any map edition that I have seen. However, the location is established unambiguously by the structure of the nearby walled garden, with a D-shaped extension on the southern wall. A glasshouse is seen within this in the picture, and is shown in the contemporary (1913 & 1894) 1:2500 OS maps.

Dylan Moore
Monday 25th of February 2013 02:08:42 PM
again possibly Ditton/Ditchfield Road area of Widnes with housing development now covering it,

it was reported at the time but NO archaeological report at time of building, housing only started after the war, prefab then council housing

Beverley
Friday 8th of February 2013 01:46:14 PM
Appears to be a different angle of Photo EPW038821.

TheBlueCube
Wednesday 23rd of January 2013 07:34:32 PM
Looks like a henge monument or a causewayed enclosure (both Neolithic monuments in date). If it is, it should be easy enough to identify with the ridge and furrow respecting it and the later earthwork bisecting it.

Rebecca
Wednesday 9th of January 2013 10:47:56 AM
Don't know location but this is same as EPW038821 - note the ridge and position of solitary shrub and nearby tree.

Mike Dean
Wednesday 12th of December 2012 10:35:34 PM