Iron horseshoe, discovered at the Beer Quarry Caves site in Devon in 2007, believed to be the oldest horseshoe found in the West Country. Possible remnant of a period when 80 horse drawn wagons were employed at the quarry, hauling stone.
Horseshoe 14th century
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