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An artificial watercourse, canal or aqueduct, but especially a millrace.
By following the leat you come to the best example of a small bronze age farmstead in the Kestor settlement.
Jewel of the Leat Not wishing to be too voyeuristic you avert your eyes to the hazy moorland scenery.
The water runs from the lakes to the mill via the leat, which is constructed of rendered brickwork.
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