Published Ley lines 

One of the frustrating things about ley publications is that the mark points of leys are published as either descriptive text or lines on a map, rather than the national grid refs of the sites. All of which makes it hellishly difficult to reproduce the work, as the points have to be back-worked on modern maps before the quality can be evaluated. Watkins at least had the excuse that it appears that the Ordnance Survey National Grid system was not in operation when he wrote his book, and the maps he used predate the 1" series.

Let's start with Alfred Watkins -

From his 1945 book The Old Straight Track

Taking fig 12, the sites are

Cross Farm
Earthwork (3)
Oldcastle (4) Sarnesfield
moat (5)
SO28715200 SO32765202 SO36575199

and

Cross Farm
Earthwork (5)
Campbell Manor
moat (6)
Almeley
Motte & Bailey (7)
Sarnesfield
Church (8)
SO28715200 SO30995172 SO33205145 SO37435097

The church leys of Fig 13

Aconbury
camp
Aconbury 
Court
Hightrees Woolhope
SO50183318 SO51663354 SO56883474 SO61143581

and

Much Birch Little
Dewchurch
Fownhope Woolhope
SO50423050 SO52943176 SO58123428 SO61143581

 

 

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Text and photographs Richard M 1992-2005 unless otherwise credited
Last updated 21 Jul 2005
  1. The Old Straight Track, 3rd ed, Methuen & Co Ltd, London, 1945, p10