Swalkestone, half a mile to the south, was a very important place as it guarded, for hundreds of years, one of the few bridges across the Trent for miles. The small road here was a major North South route. There are several iron age barrows here though the ones in the field to the east are more difficult to spot as they have been ploughed over. The horses lend an idea of the size, and importance, of the Lowe. Swalkestone Lowes
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Photo taken in Swarkestone, Derbyshire, UK
Misplaced? Suggest new location