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Coed Ynys Faen

Standing Stones

Coed Ynys Faen (Standing Stones) by thesweetcheat The sadly fallen northern stone.
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Red stones, blue stones and Black Mountains 8 March 2014
thesweetcheat Image Credit: A. Brookes (8.3.2014)
Posted by thesweetcheat
4th May 2014ce
Edited 12th May 2014ce
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Comments (4)

These weren't on the list. They are now.
Can you see one from the other ?
Or any views, I see Sugar loaf isn't far away, or do the trees hide all ?
postman Posted by postman
4th May 2014ce
The trees hide all. You can't even see one from the other. You would be able to see the Sugar Loaf though, if you cut the trees down.

Sadly it looks as though the bigger stone may have fallen since 2002 when Coflein last looked in. Be good to put it back up.

There's a good line of stones from the Growing Stone, Llangenny, these ones along the Grwyne Fawr, is that stone you went to (no pics due to irate landowner) along the same river too?
thesweetcheat Posted by thesweetcheat
4th May 2014ce
Not sure which stone you mean, which it is the one in Llangenny ? postman Posted by postman
4th May 2014ce
This is the one in Llangenny:

This is the one you went to, but I was wrong about there being no pictures (mixing it up with another irate person on Eglwyseg I think):
thesweetcheat Posted by thesweetcheat
5th May 2014ce
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