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|Remains of Iron Age hillfort in spectacular setting overlooking Monsal Dale. (Tilt view to see what I mean!).||11/16/2007||540|
|Iron Age hillfort in Derbyshire. Naturally protected by cliffs on 2 sides, the double ramparts on the other side are clearly visible.||11/16/2007||636|
|Iron Age hillfort in Nottinghamshire||12/01/2007||328|
|Iron Age hillfort in Wiltshire.||09/15/2007||415|
|Iron Age hillfort in Cornwall.||09/15/2007||506|
|The place name is a reference to Helsbury Castle, an Iron Age hillfort comprising a single bank and external ditch enclosing an area about 140 metres in diameter. In places the inner face of the bank is visible and this shows that the rampart was built of dry stone walling. An annexe provides an additional enclosed area on the north-east – this may have been to provide defensive outworks to the...||12/12/2009||180|
|Castell Coch (Red Castle in Welsh) was designed by William Burges for the 3rd Marquis of Bute.|
It was built upon the remains of a genuine 13th century castle, overlooking the River Taff . It is visible from the M4 motorway and it often illuminated at night.
Completed in 1891.
It has an authentic medieval look to the exterior with a working portcull...
|Castle an Dinas is an Iron Age hillfort near St. Columb Major in Cornwall, UK and is considered one of the most important hillforts in the southwest of Britain. It dates from around the second to third century BCE and consists of three ditch and rampart concentric rings, 850 feet above sea level. During the early 1960s it was excavated by a team led by Dr. Bernard Wailes of the University of Pe...||12/12/2009||221|
|This is the end of the line for the Iron Ore mined at Mt Whaleback, Newman Iron ore mine. You can see five ships in port ready to be loaded||07/15/2006||585|
|The iron Age Village is a collection of reconstructed houses built on the basis of archaeological discoveries from Jutland and Fyn dating from around 200 B.C. to 400 A.D.|
The village is a historical workshop giving an opportunity to link theory and practice together to see how the people of the Iron Age probably lived. The Iron Age houses are set up as active workshops for old ha...
|The Braaid is an Iron Age roundhouse and two Norse long houses on this site represent its occupation until the 11th or 12th century AD in the parish of Marown in the Isle of Man.|
The site uniquely brings together buildings of Iron Age and Viking styles that were used together and survive down to the present.
The site lies between Braaid hamlet and Mount Murray at w...
|A white iron cross at the landing strip.||08/31/2006||388|