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West Burton DMV Deserted medieval village aerial photo

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aerial photograph of West Burton DMV Deserted medieval village England UK. West Burton Deserted medieval village site is a Scheduled Monument (No.29915). The name Burton is derived from old English "burhtun" which means a fortified farm house and the village was included in the Doomsday book in 1086. Technically , although it is usually referred to as a deserted medieval village it does not fit the criteria as it was not deserted in the middle ages and was stil extant into the 18th century. The village was abandoned in the 19th century, probably following a change in teh course of the River Trent in 1797. The village Church was demolished in 1886.

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