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Originator:Gerrard, H.
Summary:Wayside cross 100m NW of East Langford on the Station Road leading south from Bow. Survives as an ancient fragment of shaft with modern pedestal, socket stone, head and arms. The modern pedestal is octagonal in shape with a diam of 1.60m. The length of each side is 0.7m and it is 0.2m high. Above this is a modern socket stone which measures 0.91m square at the base and 0.3m high. It is octagonal above with the length of each side being 0.38m. The ancient portion of shaft is 1.05m high, 0.27m square at the base, octagonal above small stops and tapers upwards. Above the shaft a modern head and arms have been added. This measures 0.55m wide at the arms, is 0.23m thick and 0.83m high. The cross is said to have once been part of a pavement in the village of Bow, and originally brought from Clannaborough. It was rescued and restored in 1921.

Associated Monuments (1)

MDV2129Langford Cross at East Langford (Building)