Wayland's Smithy :: Shared Description

Wayland's Smithy is a Neolithic long barrow and chamber tomb site close to The Ridgeway, an ancient road running along the Berkshire Downs. It is one of a locall variant of barrows constructed in south west Britain, known as the Severn-Cotswold group.
The barrow was built in two phases, a timber-chambered oval barrow built c3590-3550 BC and a stone-chambered long barrow built over it c3460-3400 BC. It is 56m long and 13m wide at the southern (entrance) end. Its present appearance is the result of restoration.
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SU2885 : Wayland's Smithy seen from its northern end by habiloid
SU2885 : View from entrance of Wayland's Smithy by habiloid
SU2885 : Wayland's Smithy long barrow by Sandy Gerrard
SU2885 : Wayland's Smithy by Stephen McKay
SU2885 : Wayland's Smithy Long Barrow by Philip Cornwall
SU2885 : Wayland's Smithy by Stephen McKay
SU2885 : Wayland's Smithy by Stephen McKay
SU2885 : Wayland's Smithy by Stephen McKay
SU2885 : Path to Wayland's Smithy  by Stephen McKay
SU2885 : Wayland's Smithy by habiloid
SU2885 : Wayland's Smithy by Stephen McKay


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Created: Wed, 7 Aug 2019, Updated: Wed, 7 Aug 2019

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