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Gazetteer & Index Questions to be Answered Margary's Road Numbering The Antonine Itineraries



Margary Number:

Norton-on-Derwent - Bainton Bridlington


Other Numbering System:


Historic Counties:

Historic Environment Records, HE Pastscape and other online records

East Riding of Yorkshire, North Riding of Yorkshire

N. Yorks. HER MNY2359

Humber HER MNY7657 Roman road Malton - Bainton

HE Pastscape Mon.1111111

Roman Sites on Route:

Malton / Norton



Xx Miles

Monograph: Yorkshire Archaeological Society. 1935. A GAZETTEER OF ROMAN REMAINS IN EAST YORKSHIRE: Roman Malton and District Report Number 5.. Kitson Clark, M.. P 141 - 142.

Monograph: Yorkshire Archaeological Society. 1978. The Archaeology of Malton and Norton. ROBINSON, J F. P24.

Report: Royal Commission on the Historic Monuments of England. 1976. ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE MALTON BYPASS. DUNN C J.

North Yorkshire HER MNY2430

North Yorkshire HER MNY2976

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