A byway junction near the Lansdowne Monument on Cherhill Hill (Oldbury Castle), a distinctive landmark on the Wiltshire Downs.

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A byway junction near the Lansdowne Monument on Cherhill Hill (Oldbury Castle), a distinctive landmark on the Wiltshire Downs.
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Image ID: RJ1J2H
The Lansdowne Monument was erected in 1845 by the 3rd Marquis of Lansdowne to commemorate his ancestor Sir William Petty. Since this image was taken subsequent deterioration has required the erection of a protective enclosure around the base of the monument to protect the public from falling masonry. The byway junction is located where the Wessex Ridgeway meets an old Roman road.
Location: Cherhill Down, Wiltshire, England.