Stukey's drawing of the Lake group barrows
The long linear feature running bottom right to the centre is the boundary of the North Kite enclosure. Stonehenge is under the 'A' on the horizon, left of centre, with Bush Barrow on Normanton Down just to the left of it (the one with the, er, bush growing out of it - obviously :-)).
Notice the double-humped long barrow in the centre foreground, and the large bowl barrow just above it - those are the ones I've been working on this year.
Notice also the four barrows in a line on the top edge of the field in the lower right corner - those are the ones I helped with last year (well, three of them - the fourth's ploughed out)
Here's the RCHME plan of the same area:
RCHME's 1979 plan of the the Lake Group
So this year's double-humped long barrow is #41, the bowl barrow is #40 and the line of four barrows from last year are #47, #48, #50a (ploughed out) and #50.
Interestingly, #41 seems to have had its current shape since 1723, which indicates that maybe it hasn't been trenched across the middle by 19/20th century antiquarians.
Long barrow 41 has been this shape since 1723 at least
FOAMing in 2007
... and in 2006