A1(T) Dishforth to Barton Improvement, North Yorkshire. Phase 3 Geophysical Surveys at Catterick Race Course [Site name: A1(T) DISHFORTH TO BARTON IMPROVEMENT Study area: 1ha Investigation type: Geophysical Survey District: Richmondshire Monument: DRAIN. Undated, TRACKWAY. Undated, WELL. Roman (AD43-410) Ngr: SE2257298972 Parish: Brough with St. Giles Postcode: DL107PQ]

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The works comprised a geomagnetic survey and a smaller resistance survey at Catterick Racecourse. The surveys detected a concentration of anomalies in the north, many of which almost certainly reflected remains associated with the Roman town, especially a well located just to the south, adjacent to a possible early trackway heading towards the fort and vicus. A pipe or drain appeared to connect the well from the east. Probable traces of ridge and furrow remains were identified across much of the site. Additional features detected comprised a probable gully, a relatively recent track and a possible small stone structure. [Au(abr)]
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