Tyne and Wear HER(517): Bradley Hall, possible barrow - Details
Bradley Hall, possible barrow
Religious Ritual and Funerary
This possible but unproven barrow was first reported in 1952 in a letter from W.A. Cocks to the Ordnance Survey. It is round, flat-topped, without surrounding bank and ditch, 11.10 m in diameter and 1.50 m high, and has trees on it. It is situated low down in the dene of the Bradley Burn on the west side of the stream.
<< HER 517 >> Ordnance Survey archaeological record cards, E.C. Waight, 1959, Possible Bronze Age Tumulus R. Young, 1980, An Inventory of Barrows in Co. Durham, Transactions Architectectural & Archaeological Society of Durham and Northumberland, p. 10 no. 45 R. Miket, 1984, The Prehistory of Tyne and Wear, p. 19 no. 6 Museum of Antiquities, Notebooks of W.A. Cocks - Site 17