Nean Howe is a bronze age round barrow that is surrounded by Second World War defences, built to protect the nearby radar station at Danby Beacon.
The barrow is roughly 1m tall and 15m in diameter, and is next to the road that runs north from Danby Beacon.
During the Second World War a concrete platform was built on top of the barrow (a similar platform on the nearby Brown Rigg Howe was a searchlight platform). Nean Howe is also surrounded by at least four weapons pits that surround it.
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