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56 57 appENdix Of NOTablE lEyS A Cornish Spirit Path OSLS 203. St Marys church, Penzance, Cornwall Chapel Street, Penzance Madron church and holy well section of straight track cross Lanyon Quiot dolmen straight section of road to Trevowhan. A Supernatural Highway in the Mendips OSLS 172. Cross Keys Inn, Bedminster Down site of gibbet and appearance of spectral horse the haunted driveway to Bishopworth manor house a haunted stretch of road over Dundry Hill the ancient spring of Wriggleswell Pagan Hill site of Roman temple and votive well Pilgrims Way burial path at Chew Stoke St Andrews church site of a stone circle and holy well Moreton Cross and St Marys well White Cross suicide burial site Harptree parish boundary. Two Glastonbury Leys OSLS 182, 172. Ley 1 St Benedicts church, Glastonbury Glastonbury Abbey axis of abbey is on the ley the line of Dod Lane St Michaels church on Gare Hill Stonehenge. Ley 2 St Nicholas church, Brockley tunnel legend Holy Trinity church, Burrington Gorsey Bigsbury henge Westbury Beacon camp, Mendips crossroads and mark stone at Yarley St. Michaels church tower, Glastonbury Tor St Leonards church, Butleigh centre of the Glastonbury Zodiac The First Ley discovered by Alfred Watkins in Herefordshire OSLR 149. Croft Ambrey Iron Age hill fort the line of Croft Lane 1.5 miles long mark stone at crossroads at Blackwardine Risbury Camp high point at Stretton Grandison site of a Roman station. Burial Lane at Feckenham, Worcestershire. OSLR 150. Ham Green hamlet derelict chapel at Cruise Hill Burial Lane street name bridleway iron gate across path ford and footbridge road Feckenham church Cerne Abbas Ley, Dorset OSLR 194. St Lawrences church, Holwell in Dorset tumulus prehistoric settlement site The Trendle earthwork enclosure on Giants Hill Cerne Abbas abbey ruins holy well site of a vision by St Augustine St Marys church, Cerne Abbas. Church Path at Gotherington, Gloucs. OSLR 163. Shutter Lane, Gotherington Church Walk footpath green lane and path through fields St Michaels, Bishops Cleeve. Coldrum Ley, Kent OSLR 188. St. Peter and Pauls, Trosley large stones set into foundations, axis of church on ley Coldrum long barrow tunnel legend links Trosley church and Coldrum barrow old track crossing All Saints, Snodland Pilgrims Way skirts the churchyard lost paved ford across the River Medway St Marys, Burnham Court Blue Bell Hill. The Devils Arrows, Yorkshire OSLR 99. Ley 1 Thornborough henges Nunwick henge central Devils Arrow, Boroughbridge. Ley 2 Central and southernmost Devils Arrows standing stones, Boroughbridge Cana henge tumulus at Low Barn Hutton Moor henge. Knowlton Henge Ley, Dorset OSLR 195. Bronze Age tumulus Bronze Age tumulus Bronze Age tumulus Knowlton henge ruined medieval church summer solstice sunrise. Loanhead of Daviot, Aberdeenshire OSLR 38. Loanhead of Daviot recumbent stone circle stone circle in Daviot churchyard removed New Craig recumbent stone circle. London Leys OSLR 176. Ley 1 St. MartinsintheFields St. MaryleStrand St. Clement Danes preconquest and once held by the Knights Templar St. Dunstans, Fleet Street site of an ancient mound approximately at Arnolds Circus in Shoreditch parts of Pall Mall and The Strand fall on the alignment. Ley 2 St. Pauls, Covent Garden The Temple church a Knights Templar round church St Brides, Fleet Street church on Ludgate Hill church near the Guildhall St. Stephens, Coleman Street St. Botolphs, Bishopsgate the Temple church and St Brides are oriented on the ley. Ley 3 Temple church St. Pauls Cathedral built on Ludgate Hill St Helens Bishopsgate St. Dunstans, Stepney St. Clement Danes St Pauls, St Helens and St Dunstans all orient closely on the same angle as the ley. May Hill Ley, Gloucestershire OSLR 163. Giants Stone long barrow Wittantree Saxon moot place Bulls Cross site of appearance of phantom coach and horses Painswick church site of annual clipping ceremony May Hill. Old Sarum Ley, Wiltshire OSLR 184. Stonehenge Old Sarum Iron Age earthwork and later medieval cathedral site Salisbury Cathedral Clearbury Ring Iron Age hill fort Frankenbury Camp Iron Age hill fort tumulus on Durrington Down. Saintbury Ley and Funeral Path, Gloucestershire OSLR 150. Cross and crossroads straight section of road once a funeral path St. Nicholas church, Saintbury Bronze Age round barrow Neolithic long barrow a pagan Saxon cemetery Seven Wells farm a place locally associated with medieval witchcraft. Silbury Hill Ley, Wiltshire OSLR 173. Bincknoll Castle a Norman motte and bailey an ancient well, Broad Hinton churchyard of St Peters, Broad Hinton via the lych gate Avebury Henge Silbury Hill site of a lost stone circle noted by Stukeley Tan Hill site of a former fair the crossing of an earthwork ditch and the Wansdyke a postRoman boundary bank and ditch, phantom funerals have been seen at this point Marden henge. OSLS refers to the 150 000 Ordinance Survey Landranger Sheet No.
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