I have been lucky enough to hitch a ride in a neighbour’s De Havilland Chipmunk. After a tour around the North Downs he asked if there was anywhere special that I would like to see so I took the opportunity to do a few circuits around Whitmoor Barrow as I was intrigued by the possibility of detecting crop marks. This monotone photo shows the barrow as a red circle above and to the right of centre. The large lone oak in the centre of the picture is to the south of the barrow. The large field is scrubby grass grazed by ponies and shows nothing of any interest that I could make out although there are plenty of variations in tone.
In the picture below the barrow can be seen about halfway to the base of the photo from the lone oak. The view is looking south over the suburbs of Guildford. The only marks visible are old hedge routes and paths.