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Downham Stone Slab[455 x 607 jpg]
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|Description ||Os grid reference SD.782054. Another view of the Downham stone-slab just opposite the main entrance to Downham Hall, Lancashire.|
Could it be an Anglo Saxon carved stone, or part of a cross shaft. Perhaps it is Roman due to it's proximity to a small boulder, beneath which two Roman soldiers are supposedly buried.
Picture taken on 4/10/10.
| This could be a major case of vandalism, and on a certain person's estate, too. He owns the whole village by the way. Quite dreadful, even worse for the Roman stone on the opposite side of the road - squashed underneath the wall.|
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