Search to find ancient boundary
COULD you help plot Plymouth's past?
The Old Plymouth Society is keen to find as many boundary stones around the city as it can.
But with continuing development, many are disappearing.
Doreen Mole, Vice President of the Old Plymouth Society said: "Records state that boundary stones were placed around Plymouth from the 16th century, but the majority of the existing stones were positioned around the medieval town boundary between 1840 and 1900. We are working hard to document as many as possible – especially those that are not on view to the general public – and are asking people to come forward with any information that may help."
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It has been estimated that around 600 such stones existed in and around the Plymouth area.
Milestones were placed usually at the sides of main roads between towns and villages as a reference point for travellers. A few still remain in Plymouth.
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