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Clogwyn-yr-Eryr (possible) stone row

Stone Row / Alignment

<b>Clogwyn-yr-Eryr (possible) stone row</b>Posted by postman
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<b>Clogwyn-yr-Eryr (possible) stone row</b>Posted by postman
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Clogwyn-yr-Eryr (possible) stone row (Stone Row / Alignment) by postman Pen y gaer left and Waen Bryn-Gwenith on the right, stone central
postman Image Credit: Chris Bickerton
Posted by postman
23rd September 2012ce
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Comments (2)

Excellent, you got back up here. I think it's more convincing than the other row to the north, not that I've seen that except in pics. thesweetcheat Posted by thesweetcheat
25th September 2012ce
I've got to agree, Ffrith y bont stones are taller and slimmer, these are, 3 out of four, smaller, but much more........something, like other standing stones we've seen? postman Posted by postman
26th September 2012ce
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