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Glasscombe Ball North

Stone Row / Alignment


Description from English Heritage:

This alignment, runs north-east/south- west across the north-west side of Glasscombe Ball from a cairn at its northern end to another at the southern end, beside the Redlake Railway track. It cuts off the spur of Glasscombe Ball on the 360m contour. The alignment consists of at least twenty fallen stones in a single row 84m long, the stones are irregularly spaced and are up to 1m in height. A small cairn lies near either end, both are 4.5m in diameter and 0.5m in height.
thesweetcheat Posted by thesweetcheat
5th December 2011ce

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