Pike Hill Signal Tower

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Pike Hill Signal Tower: The remains of one of a network of signal towers predating Hadrian's Wall, Pike Hill was later joined to the Wall at an angle of 45 degrees.

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Cumbria, England, Great Britain, UK, Europe
Variants:
Hadrians Wall, Banks East Turret, Pike Hill Signal Tower Hadrians Wall, Hare Hill Curtain Wall, Banks East Turret Hadrians Wall, Hare Hill Wall, Hare Hill, Milecastle 52, Turret 52A, Hare Hill Hadrians Wall

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On minor road East of Banks village

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