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In 1934, a road was sectioned in several places near SE733715 by Dr. J.L. Kirk (opposite and to the east of Easthorpe House). This work revealed a badly damaged road, but with two rock cut flanking ditches. Whether or not this was of Roman origin cannot be determined with any confidence
A road can be seen near SE 774 716 on aerial photographs, curving to avoid the highest ground of the liimestone ridge