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The Spinsters' Rock

Dolmen / Quoit / Cromlech

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The Spinsters' Rock (Dolmen / Quoit / Cromlech) by texlahoma
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Posted by texlahoma
14th June 2005ce
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Comments (7)

You can see this image within the newly opened Royal Albert Memorial Museum in Exeter

A message I received from them yesterday

"Thank you for letting RAMM use your image of Spinsters Rock in the new displays. It can be found in the Making History gallery, used in a flip-book of labels about prehistoric monuments in Devon. These flip-books are called 'Go & See' and are dotted around the gallery. Each flip-book gives visitors suggestions of sites and monuments that are related to the museum displays and which they might like to visit."
texlahoma Posted by texlahoma
19th January 2012ce
Fantastic! Blimey! How on earth did that all come about?

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goffik Posted by goffik
19th January 2012ce
Through here. The museum contacted me after seeing the photo on this website, three years ago, or so.
They asked my permission to use it as part of a new permanent display when the museum re-opened which it just did!
texlahoma Posted by texlahoma
19th January 2012ce
Nice shooting Tex.
Something slightly similar happened to me a few years ago, I vicar or priest of some sort from Angelsey was doing a slide show for a gathering and to fill in photos which he lacked he asked if he could use mine off here, naturally I said "it'll cost yer". Not really
postman Posted by postman
19th January 2012ce
It goes to show how much people do check out this site for photos to use elsewhere. Which is possibly why the copyright information is so important. texlahoma Posted by texlahoma
19th January 2012ce
wow thats brilliant. I used to live just over the main road and up the opposite lane from Spinsters Rock.
Wish that I could get along to see the exhibition.
Meic Posted by Meic
25th January 2012ce
They have a really nice dedicated site set up all about ancient Exeter Melc, maybe not the same as being there in person but well worth a look
texlahoma Posted by texlahoma
25th January 2012ce
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