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Lynchet or River Terrace: Norbury Park

Identifier: 17754 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

A lynchet, or possible river terrace, if the former probably of medieval date, marking the edge of formerly cultivated land. The exact nature cannot be determined from the ground surface, excavati...

Lynchet or River Terrace: Norbury Park

Identifier: 17755 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

A lynchet, or possible river terrace, if the former probably of medieval date, marking the edge of formerly cultivated land. The exact nature cannot be determined from the ground surface, excavati...

Leat: Norbury Park

Identifier: 17756 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

A leat or water channel, one of a number, from a post-medieval water meadow system on the south side of the River Mole. A more substantial floated meadow system can be seen on the north bank.

Leat: Norbury Park

Identifier: 17757 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

A leat or water channel, one of a number, from a post-medieval water meadow system on the south side of the River Mole. A more substantial floated meadow system can be seen on the north bank.

Medieval field boundary bank: Norbury Park

Identifier: 17749 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

A boundary bank of probable medieval date forming the division between two fields. In 1995 the earthwork was observed as a low bank within pasture.

Medieval field boundary bank: Norbury Park

Identifier: 17750 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

A boundary bank of probable medieval date forming the division between two fields. In 1995 the earthwork was observed as a low bank within pasture.

Sluice adjacent to Downside Mill, Cobham

Identifier: 18171 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Sluice adjacent to Downside Mill. Sluice above Downside Mill, probably preceding Raby's time but modified by him. Raby stated in his 1822 letter to Harvey Combe that he raised the level of the wate...

Leat: Norbury Park

Identifier: 17760 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

A leat or water channel, one of a number, from a post-medieval water meadow system on the south side of the River Mole. A more substantial floated meadow system can be seen on the north bank.

Quarry: Norbury Park

Identifier: 17759 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

A chalk quarry, of probably post-medieval date. In 1995 the feature was observed as a well-defined cut through the soul and underlying chalk within woodland.

Medieval field boundary: Norbury Park

Identifier: 17727 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

A boundary of medieval date marking the extent of a field. In 1995 the earthwork was observed as a low bank within pasture.