Monument record MYO5035 - Ridge and Furrow - Osbaldwick

Summary

Vertical aerial photographs of the early post-War period record a field system of ridge and furrow cultivation of medieval date in Osbaldwick parish. Much of this has been built upon. Recent photography records traces surviving around Langton House on the north side of Osbaldwick village. Parent record for exsiting R&F entries.

Location

Grid reference Centred SE 6346 5195 (40m by 820m)
Map sheet SE65SW
Civil Parish Osbaldwick, City of York, North Yorkshire
Unitary Authority City of York, North Yorkshire

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Full Description

Vertical aerial photographs of the early post-War period record a field system of ridge and furrow cultivation of medieval date in Murton parish. Some still survive to the south of Murton village. The Farming Museum and the nearby abbatoir are built on fields of ridge and furrow cultivation. (1-3)

Additional fields of surviving ridge and furrow to the north of Osbaldwick were recorded on aerial photographs taken in January 2003. (4-5)

Vertical aerial photograph reference number NMR CPE/UK 654/1879 4445 06-DEC-1946
2 Oblique aerial photograph reference number YAT (PVA 2/6 4) XX-XXX-1979
3 Oblique aerial photograph reference number YAT (PVA 3/7 26) XX-XXX-1979
4 Oblique aerial photograph reference number NMR SE 6352/8-9 (17749/20-21) 08-JAN-2003
5 Oblique aerial photograph reference number NMR SE 6352/11 (17775/04) 08-JAN-2003

NMR related object AF1189556 RCHME: Vale of York NMP, SE 65 SW Contents : 2 AP Transcriptions

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Record last edited

Jun 24 2020 9:05AM

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